Proactis reports £6m order book

SOFTWARE firm Proactis said that it has started its new financial year with “a healthy pipeline” of new deal opporunities.

The Wetherby-based business said that it has an order book of more than £6m, adding that the board is “confident of the continuing prospects for growth for the coming year”.

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The group said that it expects its results for the year to the end of July 2013 to be in line with market expectations, with revenues of £8m, adjusted Ebitda of £1.3m and adjusted profit before tax of £600,000.

The group’s cash position at the end of July was around £2.4m and it said it remains debt free. Rod Jones, chief executive, said the past year has been “significant” for Proactis.