Interactive Intelligence reports strong profit, revenue

Interactive Intelligence reported higher profit in the first quarter compared with the same period the previous year, as
revenue for its products and services increased.

The Indianapolis-based maker of call center software said on Tuesday that first-quarter profit rose to $1.9 million, or 10
cents a share, a 58-percent improvement over the first three months of last year.

First-quarter revenue climbed 19 percent over the year-ago period, to $35 million.

“We had strong year-over-year growth across all major geographies,” Interactive Intelligence founder and CEO
Donald E. Brown said in a prepared statement.

Interactive Intelligence also reported strong profit gains in the fourth quarter of last year. It earned $2.5 million in
the final three months, a 74-percent improvement over the same period in 2008.

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