Informix is continuing on its road to recovery as the database vendor finished its fiscal first quarter with a profit of $7.2 million.
Earnings per share of $0.04 also matched Wall Street?s expectations, while revenue jumped to $196.6 million, compared with $161 million a year ago.
Informix said it enjoyed growth in all its geographic regions with sales in Europe increasing 16 per cent to $60.6 million.
During the quarter, which ended 31 March, the company shipped the beta versions of Centaur, the next release of its database, and released the first two modules from its Internet division, Isell for ecommerce and Ireach, a repository product.
Bob Finocchio, Informix chief executive, said: ?These results show we are no track and making continued progress towards our goals.?
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