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QAD Seemingly Nearing The Corner
Recently reported financial results for fiscal 2002 might indicate QAD is nearing the turnaround point, with improved value proposition and cash situation to

fisker automotive  the fourth quarter and fiscal 2002 year ended January 31, 2002. For Q4 2001, revenues amounted to $53.5 million, up 8% from $49.6 million reported in the preceding Q3 2002, but 10% down compared to $59.2 million a year ago. Likewise, the license revenues of $19.6 million for Q4 2002 improved 36% over the preceding Q3 2002, but again down 10% compared to $21.8 million in Q4 2001. Pro forma net income for Q4 2002, which amounts have been adjusted to exclude amortization of intangibles from acquisitions, a

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