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Misys revenue jumps £130m

Misys today announced their full year financial results showing that revenue grew to £447m from £314m last year.

The recent acquisition of DBS added £152m in revenue, boosting overall profits in the group&#39s financial services division to £30m, up from £23m last year.

Misys chairman Kevin Lomax says: “The strength and diversity of the group&#39s three main businesses mitigated, to a large extent, the adverse effects over the last financial year. This year the group should make good progress towards achieving its continuing objective of sustainable mid-teens growth.”

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