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Lucas Skoczkowski, founder and CEO of Redknee, poses in the company's office in Mississauga, Ont. on May 27, 2014. (Darren Calabrese for The Globe and Mail)
Lucas Skoczkowski, founder and CEO of Redknee, poses in the company's office in Mississauga, Ont. on May 27, 2014. (Darren Calabrese for The Globe and Mail)

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Investors in software provider Redknee Solutions Inc. are bracing for the outcome of a review to potentially sell the company, which has seen its shares plummet amid lacklustre growth.

Shares of Mississauga-based Redknee, whose business is largely providing billing software for the global telecommunications sector, have dropped by about 50 per cent over the past year.

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