LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Netcall PLC said trading in the second half of the current year m
ight be affected by the weak economic conditions which resulted in the company reporting a lower first half pretax profit but it maintained that demand for its products remained strong.
The callback, auto-messaging and contact services provider said it remains confident that its profit in the second half of the year will be in line with market expectations on strong recurring revenues and business prospects.
The company posted a lower pretax profit of 133,000 stg for the half year ended Dec 31, 2007, compared with 375,000 stg last year, on a turnover of 1.69 mln stg, down 15.5 pct from a year earlier.
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