- Customer engagement software provider Netcall said its current bookings were 'significantly' ahead of the same period last year, though revenue would be more weighted to the second half than usual.

The improvement in sales was driven by growing demand for the company's low-code platform, chairman Michael Jackson said in speech notes for the company's annual general meeting.

'Multi-year, low-code contracts have been secured with both new and existing customers, including the first sales to NHS and Housing Association organisations,' Jackson said.

'The transition toward a cloud-based recurring revenue model has continued to accelerate.'

'As a result of this, and the timing of product sales, the board expects recognised revenues for the year to be more weighted toward the second half than has historically been the case.'

At 8:19am: [LON:NET] Netcall PLC share price was 0p at 35.5p

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