Dalet Issues Final 2012 Results, Revenue Up 10 Percent

Posted by Joe Zaller
Apr 12 2013

MAM specialist Dalet announced that its board of directors have approved the company’s consolidated financial statements for the 2012 fiscal year.

Consolidated revenue for the year ended December 31, 2012 was €34.4m m, compared to €31.3 m (+10%) in 2011.

Gross margin for the year was €29.7m, compared to €25.2m in 2011. The gross margin rate for 2012 increased from 81% in 2011 to 86%, due to the strong shift away from the Italian subsidiary’s traditional hardware integration business in its domestic market.

The operating profit before non-recurring items for the year was €1.7m, compared to €1.3m in 2011 (+29%).
After taking into account a depreciation of the goodwill of the Italian subsidiary for €0.2 m, the operating profit was €1.5m.
Consolidated net profit for 2012 was €1.2m, compared to €1.3m in 2011.

The company ended the year with €6.5m in cash, up from €5.1m at the end of 2011, and long term debt increased from €1.1m to €1.6m.

Dalet CEO David Lasry said “In 2012 we continued a steady growth trend in revenue and profitability which has confirmed our strategy to provide MAM-driven solution to key market segments. The growth in North America has been significant, especially as related to the sports segment where we are achieving a recognized presence with several successful project deployments and new contracts.”



Related Content:

Dalet Press Release: Financial Results for 2012

Dalet Reports 10 Percent Revenue Growth in 2012 Thanks to Strong MAM Sales

Previous Year: Dalet Revenue Jumps 22 Percent in 2011, Reports Strong Backlog for 2012


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