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Idox swings to annual profit on higher revenue, margins; restores dividend

By BFN News | 08:33 AM | Tuesday 02 February, 2021

Information management software provider Idox swung to an annual profit as revenue and margins improved. For the year ended 31 October 2020, the company reported a pre-tax profit of £2.7 million, compared with a loss of £25,000 year-on-year as revenue increased by 4% to £68.0 million. Order intake across the group grew 'significantly, which helped to support the in-year revenue growth,' the company said. The adjusted EBITDA margins improved from 22% to 29%. Recurring revenue increased by 5% to £37.4 million. A final dividend of 0.3p was declared, bringing the total for the year to 0.3p, as the company restored its dividend as planned. Year-to-date trading for fiscal 2021 had been in line with expectations so far, the company said. 'We have a full programme of continued organic expansion from the stable platform we have created, and will look to scale our Group further through carefully selected bolt-on acquisitions to bring public sector software businesses into our portfolio,' the company said. At 8:33am: (LON:IDOX) Idox Plc share price was 0p at 48.4p Story provided by

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