Integralis moves back into the black

Integralis has moved back into the black helped by a strong performance from the UK market as it starts to put the annus horribilus of fiscal 2009 well behind it. In its numbers for fiscal 2010 the security specialist turned a post-tax loss of 6.4m Euros to a profit of 1.4m Euros as revenues increa


Integralis has moved back into the black helped by a strong performance from the UK market as it starts to put the annus horribilus of fiscal 2009 well behind it.

In its numbers for fiscal 2010 the security specialist turned a post-tax loss of 6.4m Euros to a profit of 1.4m Euros as revenues increased by 13% to 188.2m Euros.

The integrator highlighted the UK as the strongest performing territory delivering 81.1m euros of the overall revenue figure, increasing year-on-year its share of the business by 21.5%.

In terms of product sales the bulk came from technology sales, 47.1% with support services accounting for 34.6% of revenues with the rest split between consulting and integration and managed security services.

"Our earnings have turned the corner. We will now be primarily paying attention to creating consistently profitable structures. Looking ahead over the next few years, I consider the particular challenges awaiting Integralis to lie in the optimisation of earnings potential, the development of innovative solutions and global positioning," says CEO Georg Magg, who remains guardedly optimistic about the future. 

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