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Cerner loses £89m

24th July 2008

The termination of Fujitsu's contract as a local service provider for the Southern Programme for IT has cost US clinical software company Cerner £89m.

Despite bookings for that amount removed from its results, Cerner posted strong figures for the second quarter, showing revenue up to £201m. The company said it remained confident of regaining the NHS contract for the south when a new prime contractor was appointed and that it would not lose business as a result of Fujitsu's exit from the National Programme for IT.

 

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