Target Industries in good Shape / 9-Month Figures
Filderstadt, 09 August 2011 – For the 9-month period of 1 October 2010 to 30 June 2011, the SAP full-service provider increased sales revenues organically by 11% to EUR 66.1 million (Oct 2009 – Jun 2010: EUR 59.7 million). »Our machinery and equipment manufacturing, automotive and project services target industries are in good shape. Our integrated business model’s three cornerstones – software licenses, consulting and outsourcing services – complement and reinforce each other well. We made strong gains in all areas and even surpassed the partly very high levels of the prior year«, reports All for One CEO Lars Landwehrkamp. »As an SAP full-service provider for the SAP Business Suite we now sell more self-developed add-ons and are also well-positioned within the growing markets for SAP Business ByDesign, SAP Business Analytics, SAP Mobile Solutions and SAP Outsourcing Services«.
The good sales revenue performance generated faster-than-expected progress on the earnings side. The 9-month EBIT doubled to EUR 3.4 million (Oct 2009 – Jun 2010: EUR 1.7 million), which led to a current EBIT margin of 5% (Oct 2009 – Jun 2010: 3%). Net group earnings increased by 88% to EUR 2.6 million (Oct 2009 – Jun 2010: EUR 1.4 million) and earnings per share totalled 50 euro cents (Oct 2009 – Jun 2010: 26 euro cents). The Group’s balance sheet is robust and the equity is 58% of the balance sheet total (30 September 2010: 55%). The number of people working for the company as at 30 June 2011 increased to 463 employees (30 June 2010: 428 employees).
After the recent increase of its outlook, All for One Midmarket AG expects an EBIT of EUR 4.0 million for the financial year ending on 30 September 2011. Total annual sales revenues for 2010/11 are expected to increase on a strictly organic basis by about 10% over the prior year’s sales revenues of EUR 78.8 million. So far there have been no noticeable indications of any economic slowdown in All for One Midmarket AG’s target markets. It remains to be seen however, to what extent the debt crises in certain major economies or the sharp rise in energy prices may affect the target industries and in turn potentially impair the business Performance.