MICROS Systems Inc.
, a Columbia-based provider of software for the hospitality industry, reported Thursday its profit in the fourth quarter rose 16 percent on higher sales revenues.
The company, which makes point-of-sale software for hotels, restaurants and retailers, said its revenues climbed more than 10 percent, or $28.4 million, to $303 million in the quarter ending June 30.
The higher revenues helped the company earn a profit of $48 million — an increase of $6.7 million, or 16 percent, over the similar period last year.
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