Scandent Solutions Q4 net up 22.5%

By agencies   |   Wednesday, 25 May 2005, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Scandent Solutions Corp., a mid-sized Indian software services firm, said its earnings after tax in the fourth quarter ended March were $2.21 million on revenue of $16.52 million.

The company, which listed in March after buying the software unit of SSI Ltd., did not give figures for the year-ago quarter. It said revenue grew 5.7 percent over the previous quarter while post-tax earnings surged 22.5 percent.

The Bangalore based firm is a unit of Singapore headquartered information technology and back-office group Scandent, founded by Chairman Chris Sinclair, a former head of PepsiCo International.

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