July 27 (Reuters) – British education technology firm Promethean World (PRWP.L) reported a 35 percent rise in its first-half revenue, aided by higher average selling price for its products.
The company, which recently bought U.S. education software firm SynapticMash, saw strong growth across all of its key markets globally and reported a revenue of 122.4 million pounds ($189.5 million) for the period ended June 30.
On a constant currency basis, total group revenues rose 34 percent from the comparable period last year.
Revenue at its interactive display systems segment rose to 103.2 million pounds from 76.2 million pounds, whereas its learner response segment recorded a revenue of 19.2 million pounds.
Shares of Promethean World were up 2.8 percent at 162 pence at 0708 GMT on Tuesday on the London Stock Exchange. ($1=.6458 Pound) (Reporting by Juhi Arora in Bangalore; Editing by Jarshad Kakkrakandy)