INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- CTI Group (Holdings) Inc. (OTCBB:CTIG), an international provider of electronic invoice processing and management (EIM), enterprise communications management software and services solutions, and carrier class voice over internet protocol (VoIP) management applications, reported results for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2011. Revenues for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2011 increased to $4,378,665 and $12,495,621, respectively, as compared to revenues for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2010 of $3,346,509 and $10,864,598, respectively. The Company reported a net loss for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2011 of ($178,838) and ($803,052), respectively, or ($0.01) and ($0.03) per share, respectively, as compared to a net losses of ($728,388) and ($1,399,038), respectively, or ($0.03) and ($0.05) per share, respectively, for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2010. The increase in revenues and decrease in net losses for the three and nine months ended September, 30 2011 was primarily attributable to increases in demand from UK operations.
Commenting on the results, John Birbeck, CTI Group's President and CEO, stated, "We are very encouraged by the improvement in our third quarter results. We undertook cost containment measures in the third quarter to better position us to pursue profitable growth opportunities in the future. Had we not incurred $289,000 in severance costs in the third quarter, we would have reported a profit in the quarter."
The Company's hosted VoIP applications are expected to help eliminate customer resistance to conversion to next-generation platforms, while creating new revenue opportunities for service providers through the delivery of compelling value added services. CTI Group's products include emPulse, a real-time web-based communications management and analysis solution, and the award-winning SmartRecord®, which enables service providers to selectively intercept and record any communications on behalf of their hosted and managed service customers. Specifically engineered to seamlessly integrate with the service provider's evolving online eBusiness strategy, these business applications provide enterprise customers with customized access to their provider's eBusiness portal and their complex service invoices.
The Proteus® suite of products is used by companies, institutions and government agencies to track communications activity and to control costs associated with operating communications networks. Proteus® performs functions of call accounting, cost allocation, client bill-back, analyses of trunk traffic and calling and usage patterns, toll fraud detection, directory services, integrates with SmartRecord® as well as with other private branch exchange peripheral products.
The EIM suite of products includes: Analysis, for complete on-line customer care of mobile, fixed line and data services; SplitBill to enable users to automate Business vs Personal use; and Dynamic Reports, which is a "push" analysis, billing and advertising medium for mobile, data and fixed line, targeting the consumer and SMB markets.
About CTI Group - CTI Group (Holdings) Inc. is an international provider of electronic invoice processing and management, enterprise communications management software and services solutions, and carrier class voice over internet protocol (VoIP) management applications. CTI Group's Analysis, SmartBill®, SmartRecord® and Proteus® product suites offer a full array of solutions for traffic analysis, post-billing call analysis, customer care and call recording. CTI Group's products are used by some of the top service providers in North America and the United Kingdom, and play a trusted role in managing telephony costs at major corporations internationally. Headquartered in Indianapolis, CTI Group maintains overseas offices in London and Blackburn, UK. For more information, please visit CTI Group's website at www.ctigroup.com.
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