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IMI Sees Red In Dawn Of Fiscal 2001
Industri-Matematik had no complaints about its performance during the first quarter of fiscal 2001 in spite of lower revenues and earnings.

imi  Dawn Of Fiscal 2001 IMI Sees Red In Dawn Of Fiscal 2001 S. McVey - September 21, 2000 Event Summary Industri-Matematik had no complaints about its performance during the first quarter of fiscal 2001 in spite of lower revenues and earnings. The Stockholm-based maker of supply chain execution and customer service software reported total revenues of $17.0 million, composed of $4.1 million in license fees, $12.4 million in services and maintenance revenue, and $431,000 in hardware sales. License revenue

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