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It has spent much of the past six months at a less-than-perfect four-star rank, but enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on Interactive Intelligence
Investors have taken notice of Interactive Intelligence's ability to grow despite the recession, and many CAPS members believe the firm is a good bet in the tech sector. The company has a long list of big-name customers, including Microsoft
During a year when many companies slashed their spending and put off investing in and upgrading their systems, Interactive Intelligence doubled the number of $1 million-plus orders over 2008. Tech giants like Oracle
Interactive Intelligence expects further revenue and earnings growth in 2010 as it gains traction in what it sees as an improving market environment. With insiders heavily invested in the company and a debt-free balance sheet stacked with cash, CAPS members like the company's chances.
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