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Datamatics Q4 net up 28.6 pc

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Mumbai , May 13

DATAMATICS Technologies, non-voice BPO service provider, has reported a net profit of Rs 8.58 crore for the quarter ended March 2005, compared to Rs 6.67 crore during the corresponding previous period, an increase of 28.64 per cent.

Total income increased by 46.13 per cent to Rs 20.94 crore (Rs 14.33 crore).

Net profit for the year ended March 2005 was at Rs 30.36 crore (Rs 27.03 crore), an increase of 12.32 per cent.

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