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InterX today said turnover halved in the third quarter after its decision to stop selling BladeRunner as an eCRM platform.

The UK e-business consultancy recorded sales of £985,000 for the three months ended May 4 2001, down from £1.9 million in Q2. Pre-tax losses, before exceptional items, totalled £4.7 million for the quarter, compared to £10.2 million in the previous quarter.

Losses per share were 24.6 pence, compared to 25.7 pence in Q2.

"Although these results are in line with expectations they do not do justice to the considerable progress that has been made resulting from the work being done by all our staff in pursuit of our new strategy. We are on target," said InterX CEO Simon Barker.

The company said it was due to launch the first of its products built on the BladeRunner platform in June.

Earlier this year, InterX cut a quarter of its workforce in a belt-tightening exercise. ®

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