IT agency Happiest Minds Applied sciences Ltd has reported a manifold development in consolidated web revenue at Rs 36.05 crore within the March 2021 quarter.
The corporate, which bought listed on BSE and NSE final yr, had posted a web revenue of Rs 5.30 crore within the year-ago interval.
Its income was at Rs 220.71 crore within the quarter below evaluation, up 18.4 per cent from Rs 186.35 crore within the year-ago interval, a regulatory submitting stated.
On a quarter-on-quarter foundation the online revenue fell 14.5 per cent, from Rs 42.15 crore within the December 2020 quarter. Its income grew 14.5 per cent from Rs 192.84 crore within the third quarter of FY’21.
“The spotlight for the yr FY21 was our profitable IPO… As we start FY22, we are going to look to reaching 20 per cent natural development as indicated on the time of our IPO,” Happiest Minds Applied sciences Govt Chairman Ashok Soota stated.
In greenback phrases, the income stood at USD 30.2 million, up 18 per cent year-on-year and 15.4 per cent sequentially.
The corporate’s web revenue greater than doubled to Rs 162.46 crore, whereas income was greater by 10.8 per cent to Rs 773.41 crore in FY’21 from the earlier fiscal.
“Our fiscal yr income development of 6.3 per cent in USD phrases is reflective of our enterprise mannequin which positions us as a go-to participant for purchasers constructing a digital prepared enterprise,” Happiest Minds Applied sciences MD and CFO Venkatraman N stated.
He added that revenues for the quarter grew sequentially by 15.4 per cent, which incorporates Pimcore World Providers (PGS) that was acquired earlier through the quarter.
“Our development for the quarter even on a standalone foundation has been strong. Contemplating our efficiency, robust money era and capital allocation priorities, I’m blissful to spotlight the maiden dividend of Rs 3 per share beneficial by the Board,” he stated.
The corporate had 173 shoppers as of March 31, 2021 with addition of 23 new clients through the quarter. Its headcount was at 3,228 individuals, with trailing 12 months attrition at 12.4 per cent.
The corporate introduced its results late night time on Wednesday.
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