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Innofactor’s Q2 results were weaker than anticipated to a weakened billing rate and individual project delivery challenges. Improvement is needed during H2 to achieve the FY ‘22 guidance.
Innofactor’s Q2 results were weaker than expected. Net sales declined 2% y/y to EUR 16.9m (Evli EUR 17.7m) due to a weakened invoicing ratio and individual project delivery challenges.
Innofactor’s revenue development in Q1 was weakened by increased absences due to sickness, while profitability climbed back to rather healthy levels. Signs of clear pick-up in growth remain limited but potential exists.
Innofactor’s Q1 results were slightly better than expected.
Innofactor’s Q4 fell well short of our expectations as the company saw challenges relating to organizational changes and employee turnover. We have lowered our 2022 estimates and our TP to EUR 1.6 (2.1), BUY-rating intact.
Innofactor’s Q4 results were below our expectations. Net sales amounted to EUR 17.5m (Evli EUR 18.6m), while EBITDA amounted to EUR 1.7m (Evli EUR 2.6m).
Innofactor’s Q3 profitability remained at good levels but growth was not quite as good as expected due to organizational restructuring causing a sales dip in Finland.
Innofactor’s Q3 results were close to our expectations. Net sales amounted to EUR 13.7m (Evli EUR 14.5m), while EBITDA amounted to EUR 1.7m (Evli EUR 1.8m).
Q2 well in line with our expectationsInnofactor reported its Q2 results, which were well in line with our expectations. Revenue grew 3.2% y/y, 7.6% organically, to EUR 17.3m (Evli 17.3m). Revenue growth turned positive again in all countries.
Innofactor’s Q2 results were as expected. Net sales amounted to EUR 17.3m (Evli EUR 17.3m), while EBITDA amounted to EUR 2.1m (Evli EUR 2.2m). The order backlog continued to grow well, up 28% y/y to EUR 72.7m.