Brit accountancy software biz Sage ground out a relatively decent set of fiscal 2012 financial results as it moves towards more cloud-based sales. Organic revenues from continuing operations went up two per cent year on year to £1.34bn and profit before tax edged up just one per cent to £334m. CEO Guy Berruyer described the …
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Is this the same Sage as in SagePay that fell over this year? Twice, IIRC? Maybe he ought to be striving for his company's own impressive performance first?
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