Software firm FFastFill says its full year figures to March 31st will show a record order book and profits in line with expectations.
The trading update from the provider to the derivatives community says total order values have reached £20m. Revenues are described as being "broadly in line" with expectations.
FFastFill bought US outfit WTD Consulting in November, and is now capitalising on cross selling opportunities from the transaction.
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Cash at the end of March was £2.2m; that's £1.1m down on the prior year because of increased working capital requirements.
Shares in FFastFill had climbed 1.92% by 09:01. Since the beginning of the year the stock has gained 26%.
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