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CyberMetrics Reports Record Sales

SCOTTSDALE, AZ-CyberMetrics Corp., a software and solutions provider, reports all-time record sales through year-end 2008. CyberMetrics’ Quality Management Division (QMD) maintained a 24% year-over-year revenue growth through December 2008.

Similarly, CyberMetrics’ Asset Management Division (AMD) also reported double-digit revenue growth of 27%. This year marks the highest revenue numbers in the company’s 20-year history.

“Considering the overall economic downturn, we are especially thrilled about the growth we’ve experienced in 2008,” says CyberMetrics President and Chief Executive Officer Dave Banerjea. “We plan to use the momentum to continue our growth into 2009 and beyond.”

Sales of CyberMetrics-QMD software, training and services rose 24% over the previous year, providing CyberMetrics-QMD with its third straight year-over-year, multi-digit sales growth. Services alone rose 22% over the previous year.

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