Logility, Inc. (Nasdaq: LGTY), a developer of supply chain
management software said Monday that totals revenues for the six months ending Oct. 31 were down $3.8 million to $11.2 million and that net income is down $146,000 to $214,000.

Logility was named to Deloitte & Touche’s Atlanta Technology 50, a ranking of the top revenue generators from the city’s high-tech industry.

In a prepared statement Michael Edenfield, Logility’s president and chief executive officer, said the company is managing the tight economy by closely guarding its cash flow, which showed a net increase of $587,000 for third quarter 2002. Logility has no debt on its books.

Logility customers include the Saudi Electricity Company, Heineken USA and Rand McNally, to name a few.

During the last 52 weeks shares of LGTY ranged in price from $1.82 to $4.10 and recently traded near $2.35. The company’s market capitalization is $31 million.

Logility: www.logility.com