This Hertfordshire-based managed print, comms and IT provider has aligned its financial year to match that of new Japanese parent Kyocera. Losses for the nine-month period ending 31 March 2017 hit £1.2m, compared with a £4.4m profit a year earlier, as investments in its ICT capabilities and one-time loyalty bonuses associated with the Kyocera acquisition weighed on its bottom line. However, revenues rose by one per cent on an annualised basis.
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