Enterprise software provider Sanderson Group says that revenues from continuing operations will be more than £6m in the six months to March 2012.
Operating profit will be around £800,000. This excludes the Sanderson RBS high street retail software and hardware business sold to Torex at the end of 2011. Sanderson received £11.5m and has subsequently been paid a further £250,000. This left Sanderson debt free.
The order book has increased by 30% over the six months to March 2012. Order intake was 10% higher than the first half of 2010-11, with ecommerce software order intake 25% ahead.
The interim dividend will be increased from 0.3p a share to 0.5p a share and the total for the year will be 1.2p a share.
At 40.5p a share, up 5.25p, Sanderson is valued at £17.6m.
Interim figures will be published on 15 May.
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