Information security group and microcap ISA Holdings said it felt profit pressure in its first half to August amid a shift in its sales mix, but it remained confident about the longer-term prospects of its business.

Group turnover rose 8% to R31.8m in the group’s six months to end-August, but after-tax profit fell 14% to R6.69m, with the group saying its revenue mix shifted a bit to include more product sales, as opposed to the heavy concentration of higher-margin professional and managed service revenues in the prior comparative period...

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