18.03.14

Finance

2013 Annual Results

    The Keyrus Group recorded consolidated revenues of 158.9 million euros in the 2013 fiscal year, with an organic growth of 4.6% compared with 2012.

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    The revenues of the Large Account segment grew by 5.1% whilst those of the Mid-Market segment remained stable with a variation of -0.3%.

    This growth was mainly organic (+4.6%) and was greater than that of the market.

    The Large Accounts business grew by 5.6% at constant structure and exchange rates. It should nevertheless be noted that growth slowed down in the course of the last two quarters of the financial year. The Mid-Market business grew by 2.0% before taking into account the disposal of the activities in the East of France. 

    As announced in our latest press communications, the current operating profit remained stable in relation to the previous financial year at €4.6m.

    The operating profit amounted to €4.4m as against €4.2m for 2012.

    The net income group share fell to €1.7m as against €1.8m in 2012 due to the increase in the consolidated tax charge.

    The net financial debt as at 31 December 2013 remained under control at €15.4m as against €14.5m as at 31 December 2012, thanks to the effective management of working capital requirements. The cash position increased to €16.6m as at 31 December 2013 (€15.4m as at 31 December 2012) and the financial structure remains solid.

     

    2014 Outlook

    The 2013 financial year saw the continued enhancement of the Group's market positioning, in qualitative and quantitative terms, over the entirety of its activities: Large Accounts - Business Intelligence/EIM, Management Consulting and Digital/cross-channel Marketing - and Mid-Market.

    For CEO Eric Cohen, " The dynamic of our positioning, matched with the expectations of our clients, should allow us to pursue our growth trajectory. One of our main challenges, for our Large Account activities, resides in the ability to sublimate the synergies in our portfolio of offerings in order to respond effectively to the challenges of the digital revolution, and thereby move from Business Intelligence to Data Intelligence. For our Mid-Market activities, this year we should prepare our shift to new Cloud - SaaS solutions aimed at our clients in the HR and Marketing/Sales fields."

    Keyrus will publish its first quarter 2014 revenues after market closing on 6 May 2014.

     

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