The company’s revenues were down 3% year over year to £64.5 million, with recurring revenues at 69% of total revenues compared to 70% in the year-ago period. Gross margin came in higher at 29% compared to 27% in the corresponding period of the previous year. Net debt was at £24.2 million compared to £25.5 million as on December 31, 2018. The company has proposed an interim dividend of 15.1 pence per share.
On 2nd September 2019, at the time of writing, GMT 08:21 AM, MAI shares were trading at GBX 410, down by 30 points or 6.82% against the previous day closing price.
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