Cognos exceeded analysts' estimates for its fiscal first quarter ending 31 May, posting net income of $8.8 million or 19 cents per share, not including a $5 million charge related to the acquisition of Right Information Systems. Analysts had expected earnings of 16 cents per share. The decision support tools vendor also saw revenues rise by 27 per cent to $54 million.
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