By comparison, the increase for the 9 months ended Sept. 30, 2019 was 6 percent over last year’s corresponding period. Company-wide revenue rose 2 percent for the recently ended period, 3 percent organically and in constant currencies.
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The North American professional segment of Tax and Accounting “recorded modest organic growth, including a positive effect from the deferral of e-filing and bank product revenues into the third quarter due to the postponement of IRS filing deadlines”, but no percentage of change was given. The same segment in Europe was up 5 percent, better than expected.
CCH Tagetik and TeamMate, the Corporate Performance Solutions, had a 12-percent organic increase; compared to 16 percent a year earlier. Tagetik cloud subscriptions were held down by some weakness implementation services and on-premise software license sales.