JDA has doubled revenues for the first nine months of its financial year, driven, it claims, by sales of its new Unix-based ODBMS product line. For the third quarter, ending 30 September, the AS/400 applications supplier saw revenues grew 89 per cent to $23.7 million, while profits rose by 56 per cent to $3.3 million. For the nine month period, sales increased 90 per cent to $61.6 million, on net profits that rose 61 per cetn to $8.2 million.
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