SoftwareOne marks strong Q3 driven by cost savings and Microsoft bookings

Swiss firm did not provide an update on its ongoing strategic review and potential takeover

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Swiss cloud services giant SoftwareOne has reported a noteworthy 8.4 per cent year-on-year revenue growth in constant currency for Q3 2023, reaching CHF233.4m (£210.8m). Bolstering this positive...

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