October 4, 2007
MIAMI, FL - October 4, 2007 -- Answerthink, Inc. (Nasdaq: ANSR) announced today that it has fully recovered monies misappropriated by its former UK disbursement agent. The final repayment of $2.3 million was received in October 2007. This repayment will be accounted for as income in the fourth quarter ending December 28, 2007, and will be excluded from pro forma results.
Answerthink, Inc. (www.answerthink.com) is a leading business and technology consulting firm that enables companies to achieve world-class business performance. By leveraging the comprehensive database of The Hackett Group, Answerthink's business and technology solutions help clients significantly improve performance and maximize returns on technology investments. Answerthink's capabilities include benchmarking, business transformation, business applications, business intelligence, and offshore application development and support. Founded in 1997, Answerthink has offices throughout the United States and in Europe and India.
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