Sage 2005 prelims hit double-digit growth target

Sage's unaudited finanical results for the year to 30 September 2005 showed a pre-tax profit of £205.4m, a 13% increase on the previous year.

In a recent company briefing, Sage UK managing director Paul Stobart commented that "even in a tough market, single digit growth should not become the new norm".

The source of Stobart's frustration may lie in UK figures that lag some way behind the group's overall performance.

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