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Advanced Computer Software Sees H1 Results In Line With Management View

Advanced Computer Software Group plc. (ASW.L), a provider of healthcare and business management software and IT services, said it expects to report first-half year ended 31 August 2013 results in line with management expectations with revenues up 74% to no less than 99.0 million pounds (56.8 million pounds last year) and adjusted EBITDA up 67% to no less than 22.0 million pounds, compared to 13.2 million pounds.

Vin Murria, Chief Executive, said, "We have seen excellent growth in the first half year and are in a good position to maintain progress, to deliver full year results in line with Board expectations."

The Group expects to publish its interim results in the week commencing Monday 28 October 2013.

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