VANCOUVER - PNI Digital Media (TSX:PN) said Thursday it lost $216,000 in its latest quarter as its revenue held steady compared with a year ago.
The company said the loss amounted to a penny per share on sales of $5 million in its latest quarter. That compared with a loss of $820,000 or three cents per share on sales of $5 million a year ago.
PNI helps connect customers with retailers for the printing of photos, photo books and calendars, business cards and stationery.
The company said it processed 3.8 million transactions over its digital media platform, an improvement of four per cent from a year ago.
"Our second quarter saw record transactions for our seasonally-weakest quarter," chief executive Kyle Hall said in a statement.
"We saw a solid performance in our core photo business while we continued our push into our new business lines."
Shares in the company, which reported its results after the close of markets, were down a penny at 56 cents on the Toronto Stock Exchange.