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Ra’anana-based POS specialist, Retalix, reported third quarter revenues of $50.4 million, a 2% year-over-year decline. The net loss was $1.06 million for the quarter, compared to net income of $4.2 million in the third quarter of last year. The decline was due to delays in the delivery of several projects that were not completed before the end of the quarter. During the quarter, Carrefour France went live with Retalix loyalty and promotions in over 200 hypermarkets; C&S Wholesale Grocers deployed Retalix “Supply Chain Management Solutions”; a U.S. grocery retailer began a pilot with Retalix “InSync MDM”; Australia’s Metcash started deployment of Retalix “Power Enterprise”; a new contract was signed to install Retalix point of sale systems in a chain of 1,000 convenience stores in Europe; there was a roll-out of Retalix point-of-sale systems at more than half of the Woolworths stores in Australia; and two U.S. grocery retailers started piloting Retalix at their point-of-sale terminals. For complete details on Retalix’s latest results visit CardData (www.carddata.com).
Ra’anana-based POS specialist, Retalix, reported second quarter revenues of $45.9 million, a 5% year-over-year decline and a 9% drop sequentially. The decrease was due to delays in the delivery of several
projects that were not completed before the end of the quarter. The net loss was $2.7 million, compared to a net income of $2.5 million in the second quarter of 2005. During the second quarter, a Tier-1 grocery retailer in Europe went live with Retalix loyalty and promotions solution; European chain started the roll-out of Retalix “StoreLine” to its hypermarkets; Woolworth’s stores in Australia rolled-out “StoreLine”; Delhaize’s ENA stores in Greece deployed “StoreLine”; and
Retalix “DemandAnalytX” was implemented at two convenience store chains in the U.S. For complete details on Retalix’s latest results visit CardData (www.carddata.com).
Dallas-based Retalix reported that fourth quarter revenues reached a record $54.5 million, up 52% year-over-year. Fourth quarter GAAP net income was up 205% to a record $6.3 million. During the quarter, a fuel provider at a premier U.S. discount retailer selected the “Retalix POS” solution; Australia’s Woolworths deploys “Retalix POS” in 1,400 stores; and inked a deal with Japan’s Zen Nippon Shokuhin supermarkets. The Company projects 2006 revenues to be between $215 million and $225 million and GAAP net income between $16 million to $20 million. Retalix is a point of sale software provider for huge multi-national food retailers and most of America’s leading grocery retailers. The international headquarters are located in Ra’anana, Israel. For complete details on the Retalix fourth quarter, visit CardData ([www.carddata.com]).