Financial management software company Reckon Limited (ASX:RKN) has announced that its net profit grew 44% in the June quarter to $8.8 million despite what the company remains an “unsettled” market.
Operating revenue grew 7% year-on-year to $46.5 million, but ebitda increased 30% to $15.3 million.
“The overall result... has been very strong despite an unsettled global business environment,” group CEO Clive Rabie said.
RKN shares have today grown 3.72% to $2.230.
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