|By Business Wire||
|April 29, 2014 01:34 PM EDT||
Sapient (NASDAQ: SAPE) today announced that it will release results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2014 on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 after the close of regular market hours.
Following the release, Alan J. Herrick, Sapient’s chief executive officer and co-chairman, and Joseph S. Tibbetts, Jr., senior vice president and chief financial officer, will discuss the results in a conference call beginning at 4:30 p.m. ET, which will also be broadcast live via the Internet.
The dial-in information for the conference call is:
US: (877) 291-1296
International: (720) 259-9209
To access the live webcast of the event, please click on the link below:
In addition, a re-broadcast of the webcast will be available in the investors section of www.sapient.com.
Sapient is a global services company that helps clients transform in the areas of business, marketing, and technology. The company operates three divisions that enable clients to gain a competitive advantage and succeed in an increasingly digital world. SapientNitro, Sapient Global Markets, and Sapient Government Services fuse insight, creativity, and technology to drive innovation and to help clients navigate complex business problems. Our approach is the subject of case studies used by MBA programs at Harvard and Yale. The company has operations in The Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. For more information, visit www.sapient.com.
Sapient is a registered service mark of Sapient Corporation.
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