Smurfit software firm posts big US deal

Escher, a publicly quoted software firm backed by the family trust of the industrialist Michael Smurfit, is expanding in the US.

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Ian Kehoe

11th August, 2012
Michael Smurfit is a shareholder in Escher, which is expanding in the US. Photo: Inpho

Escher, a publicly quoted software firm backed by the family trust of the industrialist Michael Smurfit, is expanding in the United States after landing a deal with the US postal service.

The company has informed investors that the US deal had helped the company drive revenue for the first six months of the year to $8.7 million, ahead of market expectations. The firm expects to post a strong profit for the year.

The upbeat interim statement...

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