Although December results time is over for British isles larger sized caps, it is a extremely busy week for British isles compact caps. Meanwhile, in an if not subdued week in the US, Dublin-based consulting large Accenture is predicted to be the emphasize among the handful of tech related corporations reporting.
The week in advance
In the British isles, we foresee December remaining results from (LON: CCC), (LON: BGO), (LON: KRM), (LON: BOKU), (LON: KAPE), (LON: TRB) and Emis Group PLC (LON: EMIS) and interims from (LON: EYE). Meanwhile, (LON: OCDO) is predicted to release a initial-quarter investing update on Thursday.
Computacenter, the info technology providers provider, reviews its remaining results tomorrow. In its investing update in late January, the enterprise elevated its advice yet all over again, with adjusted income before tax “in extra of £195mln”, up from “no a lot less than £190mln” in the December update. Complete revenue grew by eight% or three% excluding the affect of acquisitions, and the group closed the calendar year with adjusted net resources, excluding IFRS16 lease liabilities, of all over £188mln. The enterprise mentioned the beneficial momentum in investing showed no signals of slowing down, and its pipelines for both equally technology sourcing and providers are as potent as at any time in the last calendar year
Bango, the mobile commerce operator that connects payment companies, retailers, and application retailers, releases its remaining results tomorrow. In its investing update in January, it mentioned that revenue was in advance of expectations at £12.2mln, reflecting 70% advancement, when adjusted fundamental earnings (EBITDA) were expected to exceed £4mln. Close-user spend jumped to £1.9bln, up from £1.1bln in 2019, boosted by worldwide lockdowns, which drove extra users on-line and accelerated the adoption of electronic payments by retailers and consumers. The group concluded the calendar year with net income of £5.83mln. Earlier this thirty day period, Bango introduced the appointment of Matt Garner as its main economical officer.
KRM22, which is focused on cash marketplaces hazard administration, announces its remaining results tomorrow. In its January investing update, it mentioned it expects to report revenue of £4.6mln, up from £4.1mln in 2019, when the EBITDA reduction shrank to £0.1mln from £3.1mln. Annualised recurring revenue stood at £4.3mln at the end of December, reflecting continual-currency advancement of all over 5%, and the group finished the period with gross income of £2.0mln and net credit card debt of £1.0mln. In February, KRM22 introduced a partnership with Kintail Consulting to address the place of folks and lifestyle hazard in cash marketplaces.
Boku, which delivers direct provider billing, releases its remaining results tomorrow. In its January investing update, it mentioned it expects to report both equally revenues and EBITDA in advance of the present industry consensus expectations. Revenues are predicted to increase by at the very least 20% to US$fifty six.3mln when adjusted EBITDA is predicted to extra than double to US$fifteen.0mln. The enterprise has progressed on launching wallets as a new payment approach, at first to its existing retailers, with 11 wallets dwell supported with content quantity advancement, albeit off a compact base. Due to the fact the update, Boku has introduced several new partnerships, together with with Microsoft for direct provider billing payment approach in South Korea & Saudi Arabia.
Eagle Eye, the marketing technology enterprise, releases its interim results tomorrow. In its January investing update, it mentioned it expects to report revenue advancement of eight% to £10.8mln with adjusted EBITDA up 62% at £2.1mln. The group swung to a net income position of £0.1mln at the period end. The enterprise mentioned the outlook for the present economical calendar year remained in line with the board’s expectations, notwithstanding the affect that the pandemic has experienced on the food stuff and beverage and non-grocery shopper phase.
Kape, the electronic safety and privacy software package organization, announces its remaining results on Wednesday with revenue at the upper end of management’s forecasted variety and adjusted EBITDA in advance of management’s expectations. Earnings grew by eighty five% to about US$122.2mln, with recurring revenue symbolizing all over 89%, and adjusted EBITDA jumped by 168% to all over US$39.0mln as the margin expanded considerably to 31.9% from 22.% in 2019. Final week Kape introduced the acquisition of Webselenese, a fast-developing Israel-based publishing organization focused on client privacy and safety content, for US$149.1mln on a net income foundation.
Tribal, the provider of software package and providers to the worldwide training industry, announces remaining results on Wednesday. In its investing update in January, it mentioned it expects to report results in line with present industry expectations that ended up upgraded in Oct. It expects to report a seven% dip in revenue to £73mln, with adjusted EBITDA easing by three% to £14.9mln. Additional considerably, annual recurring revenue (ARR) elevated by 12% over the twelve months to stand at £47.5mln, reflecting the group’s system to make the transition to software package as a services (SaaS). Final week, the enterprise introduced the appointment of Diane McIntyre as its main economical officer, with impact from 1 June.
Emis, the health care software package and programs enterprise, announces remaining results on Thursday. In its January update, it mentioned that subsequent an improvement in the next 50 percent, investing for the calendar year was marginally in advance of the board’s expectations, with both equally revenue and adjusted operating income taken care of at related ranges to the past calendar year. The group retains a potent equilibrium sheet with net income of £53.0m at the period end.
Across the pond, it continues to be tranquil on the earnings entrance with predicted to be the emphasize, reporting next-quarter (Q2) quantities on Thursday. Other tech-related companies reporting include PAR Engineering, Yalla, Coupa Application, Crowdstrike, Jabil and Smartsheet.
|sixteen-Mar||Eagle Eye||Interim results||31-Dec|
|23-Mar||Alfa Money Application||Last results||31-Dec|
|24-Mar||Keywords and phrases Studios||Last results||31-Dec|
|24-Mar||Telit Communications||Last results||31-Dec|
|twenty five-Mar||Mastering Systems||Last results||31-Dec|
|twenty five-Mar||IQGeo||Last results||31-Dec|
|twenty five-Mar||IQE||Last results||31-Dec|
|29-Mar||Dev Clever||Last results||31-Oct|
|30-Mar||K3 Company Engineering||Last results||30-Nov|
|31-Mar||Viewing Equipment||Interim results||31-Dec|
|Week of 29 Mar||Cell Tornado||Last results||31-Dec|
|April||[email protected]||Last results||31-Dec|
|08-Apr||Alpha FMC||Trading update||31-Mar|
|April||AdEPT Engineering||Trading update||31-Mar|
Supply: Facts from regulatory information and enterprise websites