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DILGENT achieves record sales in 2012

Diligent Board Member Services has achieved another quarter of strong sales growth. This, combined with New Sales for the first three quarters of 2012, resulted in a record fiscal year for new sales which totalled $US 26.3 million ($NZ 31.4 million) for the Full Year 2012. This is more than the combined New Sales for all prior years’ since listing.

Further details are in the attached release.

DIL_Q4_2012_Quarterly_Report__Jan_15_2013.pdf


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