() said it continues to trade in line with expectations ahead of its first set of full-year results to be reported using the IFRS 15 accounting standard.
The big data technology group said the application of IFRS 15 to its results for the year to April 30 will have no cash impact and expects to post reported revenue of £6.4mln and an adjusted loss before tax of £2mln.
The underlying numbers will be unchanged from those announced in a June trading update.
The firm expects to release the full year report on Monday.
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