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Version 9 on track as TrigoldCrystal sees profits double

TrigoldCrystal saw pre-tax profits of £614,682 for the year ending November 30 2011, almost double its £319,360 profit in 2010, its chief executive has revealed.

Its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation, were also up, amounting to £1.35m for the year – up from £1.2m in 2010.

Jon Whitmore, chief executive officer of TrigoldCrystal, says its strong performance allows it to invest heavily in future products, one of which is its Prospector Version 9, which it plans to launch next month.

He adds: “Latest independent research measures our market share as 73% of mortgage brokers. We have no net debt and are financially stronger than at any point in our history.”

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