06.05.13

Comunicados de Prensa

Ingresos Primer Trimestre 2013

    El Grupo Keyrus registró ingresos consolidados de 39,9 millones de euros en el primer trimestre de 2013, un incremento del 4,4% en comparación con el primer trimestre de 2012.

    A igualdad de tipos de cambio y estructura, el incremento es del 3.8%, un rendimiento bastante notable en el contexto actual.

    In particular, Large Accounts activities increased by 6.9% compared with the first quarter of 2012 (+6.0% at constant structure and exchange rates), showing a growth rate comparable to the one of the second half-year of 2012 despite the current economic conditions and fewer days than in Q1 2012.

    This strong performance once again demonstrates the relevance of the Keyrus' positioning, and confirms organizations’ increasing appetite for improved data and information management practices as foundational conditions to managing and improving performance. For the remainder of this year, we expect the most likely scenario to remain modest growth. Under these circumstances and taking into account the today’s strong pressure on prices, particular attention will be paid to the conditions under which we commit towards our customers.

    Revenue for Middle Market activities fell by 1.3% in the first quarter, both in accounting data and at constant structure and exchange rates. This slowdown is solely linked to the software license reselling activities, while service delivery volumes continue to increase slightly. The commercial backlog remains irregularly-shaped and orders come in slower than in Q1 2012, but there is not yet cause for concern considering the small impact of the first quarter in the overall yearly volume in this market segment and a promising funnel of opportunities.

    In this context, the financial situation of the Group shows no significant change.

    For the remainder of the 2013 fiscal year, Eric Cohen, Chairman and CEO, comments:

    "This quarter again, we proudly record a very good match between our service offering centered around the complete data and information value chain and the business challenges of our customers. Leveraging data assets remains indeed a key condition in improving performance in all areas of their enterprise. The overall environment remains however difficult, and the pressure on prices, always very strong, is leading us to reinforce our delivery capabilities in lower-cost geographies and to continue our efforts with regards to innovation. In these conditions, we remain confident in the future but also very focused on identified improvement areas."

    Keyrus will hold its Annual General Meeting on May 21, 2013, and will publish its second quarter revenues on July 25, 2013 after market closure.

    Table of breakdown of revenues per operational sector

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