Crayon has reported its first-quarter results with a gross profit growth of 31 per cent, driven by a high demand for software and cloud services. The Norwegian licensing MSP giant reported growth worldwide but logged particularly strong increases in its home Nordics market. "While the global tech market continues to be impacted by the challenging macroeconomic climate, our focus on our core business model supports our resiliency," said Crayon CEO Melissa Mulholland. Adjusted EBITDA i...
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