Interactive Intelligence profit swelled in '06

February 13, 2007

Profit shot up four-fold in 2006 for Interactive Intelligence Inc., the Indianapolis-based business communications software developer. The $10.2 million included $2.1 million in expenses for employee stock options and a $5 million tax benefit. Fourth-quarter profit slipped slightly to $1.6 million due to stock option expenses.

Interactive CEO Don Brown attributed the climb for the year to new customers and larger contracts resulting from expanded sales and marketing efforts.

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