Hyperion, a business analysis software developer, is announcing preliminary results for its third fiscal quarter, which ended March 31. The company expects total revenues to be in the range of $122 million to $127 million.

"The slowdown in the U.S. economy is negatively impacting our business and causing some of our customers to postpone spending on information technology," says Jeff Rodek, Hyperion's chairman and chief executive officer. "Even when we were selected, many final decisions by our customers were deferred.”

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