Finnish software firm Digia saw its sales boosted by demand for Microsoft-based ERP projects in its latest quarter of trading. Revenue climbed 7.5 per cent to €35.5m, while operating profit rocketed 31.6 per cent to €4.1m. "In the second quarter, net sales were boosted especially by ERP systems based on Microsoft technology and customised industry-independent solutions that we implement for a wide range of customers," Digia CEO Timo Levoranta said. "In both of these areas, there is a...
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