Bucking an industry trend caused by the recession, Cytiva Software, maker of the SonicRecruit line of talent management software, has posted a first-quarter increase in revenue while reporting its smallest loss in at least five quarters.
The Canadian company, which trades on the Venture Board of the Toronto Stock Exchange, reported today that it lost $148,000 (CAD) on revenues of $1.88 million (CAD). Revenue for the same period in 2008 was $1.52 million (CAD), with a loss of $299,000 (CAD).
Cytiva first reported its financials in May. The current release is of audited financials, which are nearly unchanged from the initial numbers.
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“Despite a highly challenging selling environment, Cytiva’s first-quarter results show strong growth in our key success indicators: Revenue, deferred revenue, and positive cash flow from operations,” said Jason Moreau, CEO of Cytiva Software.