Payment services and technology firm Paypoint issued its preliminary results for the year ended 31 March on Thursday, reporting 5% growth in revenue to £213.5m.
Payment services and technology provider PayPoint posted a 3.6% improvement in group like-for-like net revenue for the three months to 31 December on Thursday, to £31.8m.
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Payment systems and related services provider PayPoint reported "good growth" in its retail services, along with continued progress in the reshaping of its business in its half-year results on Thursday, although its reported revenue fell 4.1% year-on-year to £97.6m.
PayPoint's group organic revenue grew 4.2% to £28.4m in its first quarter, it reported on Wednesday, with UK retail services net revenue improving 10.5%.
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Payment systems provider PayPoint posted its preliminary results for the year to 31 March on Thursday, claiming "good growth" in its core retail networks as gross revenue rose 3.6% to £203.4m.
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Mobile and online payments company PayPoint saw its profits increase in the first half, as it focuses on initiatives to broaden its retail customer base.
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PayPoint has launched its new retailer terminal PayPoint One, which is designed to help retailers run their whole store from one device.
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Paypoint said on Thursday trading for the first quarter remains in line with its expectations with revenue up 3% to £51m.
FTSE 250 was marginally firmer in late afternoon trade as UK traders wound down ahead of a long weekend, with few of today's in-the-news mid-cap stocks figuring among that index's top-10 risers.
The FTSE 250 slipped further into the red late as Thursday wore on, despite having peeped its head above water around midday.
Full year pre-tax profits at PayPoint fell dramatically due to an impairment charge, although underlying results showed a small rise in adjusted operating profits.
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Paypoint's chairman is putting more skin in the game, after picking up another £80,000 in shares in his company.