The Star Tribune reports that:
A small Eden Prairie-based maker of music notation software wakes up investors with a great quarter. It's not just a one-hit wonder, analysts say.
MakeMusic Inc., a sleepy little company that makes music education software, has hit some high notes now that it has released its best quarterly results ever.
Shares of the thinly traded company have risen 200 percent in the past 10 days to close at $9.15 Friday. ...
MakeMusic's SmartMusic software is a system for practicing, performing and teaching, while its Finale software is used for composing, arranging, teaching and publishing music.
On Oct. 26, the company announced record revenue and net income for its third quarter. Sales jumped 49.5 percent to $3.98 million..."
[Wow! Maybe Garritan & Co. should go public ].
Congratulations to all of the people at MakeMusic!
This news is well deserved and we all profit from your success.
Garritan Libraries is proud to be a partner and wishes you continued success.