Electronic Data Processing's pre-tax profit increased 71% to £417,000 in the year to the end of September.
Adjusting for one-off property costs of £104,000 last year, the increase was 20%.
Turnover rose by 3% to £5.11m and adjusted operating profit increased 26% to £540,000, representing an adjusted operating margin of 10.6% (2016: 8.7%).
Th group declared a final dividend 3.0p per share, meaning the overall dividend was maintained at 5.0p for the full year.
Chairman Sir Michael Heller said: 'With a strong, cash-generative business model and a debt-free balance sh
Electronic Data Processing's adjusted operating profit increased by 8.3% to £260,000 in the six months to the end of March.
Turnover rose to £2.54m from £2.51m.
It said hosting revenues represented 61% of total revenues (2016: 58%) and contracted recurring revenues represented 80% (2016: 81%).
R&D expenditure amounted to £461,000 (2016: £500,000).
Chairman Sir Michael Heller said: "Whilst trading conditions remain competitive, the second half has started well and we remain confident about the outlook for the remainder of the year."
Electronic Data Processing (EDP) has announced that, at the Annual General Meeting held on 21 March 2017, all resolutions were passed on a show of hands.
At 2:27pm: (LON:EDP) Electronic Data Processing PLC share price was 0p at 67.5p
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Electronic Data Processing's turnover for the year to 30 September was £4.96 million compared with £5.16 million the previous year.
This resulted from a quiet end to the financial year as decisions on a discrete number of sales opportunities were delayed by customers.
Adjusted operating profit was £430,000, compared with £459,000 last year.
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