Q2 2015 Revenues: €51.8m

    The Keyrus Group achieved revenues of €51.8m in the second quarter of 2015, an increase of 25.4% compared to the second quarter of 2014 (+20.8% at constant structure and exchange rates).

    This growth was strongly driven by the Large Accounts activities which increased by 33.3% (26.6% at constant structure and exchange rates).

    As for the Mid-Market activities, carried on by Absys Cyborg, a subsidiary of the Group, they experienced organic growth of 4.6% in the second quarter as compared with the second quarter of 2014.

    Operational activities

    The Large Accounts activities saw their revenues accelerate on an organic basis in the second quarter, continuing on from the strong start in the first quarter of 2015.

    This strong growth is due, on the one hand, to Keyrus's positioning as a specialist in Data and Digital, both of these being areas in which Keyrus excels and which are at the heart of all organizations' concerns, and on the other hand, to the significant investments made early in the financial year at the commercial and marketing level in France and internationally.

    In the first half of 2015 Mid-Market activities also achieved solid organic growth of 5.7% despite a slowdown in license sales, with revenues from services holding up well, driven notably by the new DSN (Déclaration Sociale Nominative/Nominative Social Declaration) regulations and the requirement that enterprises comply with them by the beginning of 2016.

    For Eric Cohen, President and CEO of the Keyrus Group, " We have achieved an excellent performance in all our activities in this first half of the year, with an acceleration in projects focused around our Data Intelligence and Digital Experience offerings, supported by our Management & Transformation Consulting activities. Keyrus's business model shall continue to be deployed based on these three pillars, both in France and internationally, with an intensified recruitment plan in the second half of the year."

     Keyrus will publish its results for the first half of 2015 after market close on 21 September 2015.


    Breakdown of revenues by operational sector