was down 7.5% in early afternoon after reaching a new intraday low of $13. The company said second-quarter earnings would be 10 to 12 cents per share, below the
First Call/Thomson Financial
estimate of 24 cents and the year-ago result of 44 cents.
, another software company, rose 19.3% after it said second-quarter results would meet or beat the Street's estimate of 11 cents per share.