The interactive technology producer reported adjusted revenue of $108.7 million during the quarter, below analysts consensus estimates of $117.8 million.
The company reported a net loss of -5 cents per diluted share, beating analysts estimates by 1 cent.
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Smart Technologies also guided expectations for its fiscal 2015 performance below this years levels stating that as it transitions to a more diverse product line its expects headwinds.
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