High-end embedded computer products maker Concurrent Technologies saw sales and profits slip in the first half of 2010 but chairman Michael Collins believes better times are on their way as an economic recovery in the telecommunications and industrial sectors has begun. [31 Aug '10]
Concurrent Technologies reported a slightly lower profit in 2009, but that was mainly due to a bad debt provision of £279,000. Concurrent designs and manufactures high performance computer products for the defence, telecoms, aerospace and health sectors. Profits declined from £2.95m to £2.8m after the bad debt charge. [15 Apr '10]
Computer products maker Concurrent Technologies saw profits rise for the half year as the defence business continued to contribute strongly, while demand from commercial customers were weaker during the recession. [3 Sep '09]
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