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Hepion Pharmaceuticals to Participate in the Cantor Oncology, Hematology & HemeOnc Conference

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EDISON, N.J., Sept. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hepion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ:HEPA), a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company focused on Artificial Intelligence (“AI”)-driven therapeutic drug development for the treatment of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (“NASH”), hepatocellular carcinoma (“HCC”), and other chronic liver diseases, today announced that its Chief Medical Officer, Todd Hobbs, MD, will participate in the “Novel Targets in Oncology: Risk vs. Reward” panel at the Cantor Oncology, Hematology & HemeOnc Conference on Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Time at the New York Palace Hotel.

During the panel alongside other industry peers, Dr. Hobbs will focus his discussion on Hepion’s upcoming Phase 2 clinical trial of rencofilstat in the treatment of HCC. Due to the format of the event, no webcast will be available.

About Hepion Pharmaceuticals

The Company’s lead drug candidate, rencofilstat, is a potent inhibitor of cyclophilins, which are involved in many disease processes. Rencofilstat is currently in clinical-phase development for the treatment of NASH, with the potential to play an important role in the overall treatment of liver disease – from triggering events through to end-stage disease. Rencofilstat has been shown to reduce liver fibrosis and hepatocellular carcinoma tumor burden in experimental models of NASH, and has demonstrated antiviral activities towards HBV, HCV, and HDV through several mechanisms, in nonclinical studies. In November 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) granted Fast Track designation for rencofilstat for the treatment of NASH. That was followed in June 2022 by the FDA’s granting of Orphan Drug designation to rencofilstat for the treatment of HCC.

Hepion has created a proprietary AI platform, called AI-POWR™, which stands for Artificial Intelligence – Precision Medicine; Omics (including genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, transcriptomics, and lipidomics); World database access; and Response and clinical outcomes. Hepion intends to use AI-POWR™ to help identify which NASH patients will best respond to rencofilstat, potentially shortening development timelines and increasing the delta between placebo and treatment groups. In addition to using AI-POWR™ to drive its ongoing NASH clinical development program, Hepion intends to use the platform to identify additional potential indications for rencofilstat to expand the company’s footprint in the cyclophilin inhibition therapeutic space.

For further information, please contact:

Stephen Kilmer
Hepion Pharmaceuticals Investor Relations
Direct: (646) 274-3580
[email protected]  

HII Names Todd Borkey as Chief Technology Officer

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NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Sept. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global defense and technologies partner HII (NYSE: HII) announced today that Todd Borkey has been promoted to executive vice president and chief technology officer, effective immediately and reporting directly to HII President and CEO Chris Kastner.

The move comes during a time of technological advancement for HII and expands the scope of responsibilities for Borkey, who has served as chief technology officer of HII’s Mission Technologies division since 2021. In his new role, Borkey will oversee the company’s technology strategy, including research and development, to enhance HII’s existing products and services and to develop new capabilities to drive market growth.

“Todd has demonstrated true leadership in developing synergies between HII’s technologies and platforms, enhancing speed-to-mission for our customers and supporting our growth,” Kastner said. “This new role expands HII’s opportunities for impact on behalf of our customers, employees and shareholders alike.”

Borkey

A photo accompanying this release is available at: https://hii.com/news/hii-names-todd-borkey-chief-technology-officer.

“HII is a leader at transitioning new technology into the Defense Department mission,” Borkey said. “In addition to being the nation’s trusted producer of complex warships, we manage over $1 billion of research, development, test and evaluation work annually. We are ready to support the coming decade with market leading positions in live, virtual, constructive simulation and training; artificial intelligence and machine learning; big data, C5ISR; cyber and electronic warfare; autonomy; and nuclear services. These technologies will change the speed of warfare and we are working hard to insure that our military holds the advantage with them.”

Prior to joining HII, Borkey served as chief technology officer at Alion Science and Technology, Thales Defense and Security, and DRS Defense Solutions where he was responsible for the technical roadmap and program operations to a wide range of products, including RF communications, C5ISR solutions, remote sensors, radars, sonars, and cyber/electronic warfare products. Earlier in his career, Borkey performed a range of engineering and management assignments within Northrop Grumman and AT&T Bell Labs. He has a master’s degree in engineering management from Stevens Institute of Technology and an undergraduate degree in applied mathematics.

About HII

HII is an all-domain defense and technologies partner, recognized worldwide as America’s largest shipbuilder. With a 135-year history of trusted partnerships in advancing U.S. national security, HII delivers critical capabilities ranging from the most powerful and survivable naval ships ever built, to unmanned systems, ISR and AI/ML analytics. HII leads the industry in mission-driven solutions that support and enable an all-domain force. Headquartered in Virginia, HII’s skilled workforce is 44,000 strong. For more information, visit:

Contact:  

Danny Hernandez
[email protected]   
(202) 580-9086

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Syntekabio (KOSDAQ:226330.KQ) Presents Neoantigen Prediction Technology at Cancer Immunotherapy Conference CICON22

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New York, N.Y., United States, Sept. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Syntekabio (KOSDAQ:226330.KQ), a global AI drug discovery and development company, will present its neoantigen prediction technology NEO-ARS™ at the CRI-ENCI-AACR International Cancer Immunotherapy Conference (CICON22): Translating Science into Survival, Sep. 28 – Oct. 1, 2022.

Hyun Joo, Ph.D., senior principal scientist at the Syntekabio USA, will present AI-driven 3D structure-based neoantigen prediction and its implication on immuno-oncology therapy during Poster Session B. The full abstract is included in the conference app and will be available online via the AACR journal, Cancer Immunology Research.

WHAT:      AI-driven 3D structure-based neoantigen prediction and its implication on immuno-oncology therapy 

DATE:      Friday, Sep. 30 

TIME:      12:15 pm – 2:15 pm 

LOCATION:             New York Hilton Midtown, Americas Hall I  

NOTES:         Syntekabio USA President Kilyoung Kim is available to speak with the media onsite. For one-on-one meeting request and information about Syntekabio’s AI drug discovery cloud platform services, contact the New York office at +1 (212) 371-2544 or [email protected].  

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About Syntekabio

Syntekabio is a global artificial intelligence (AI) and big data-based drug discovery and development company, headquartered in South Korea since 2009, with its US operations bringing innovative technologies and science to create transformative medicines worldwide that are compliant with international standards to cure diseases and improve people’s lives. Find out more about DeepMatcher®, NEO-ARS™, NGS-ARS™ and PGM-ARS™ at www.syntekabio.com

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Guerbet obtains one million euros of public funding from Bpifrance (France 2030 investment plan) for a project developing artificial intelligence for the early detection of pancreatic cancer

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Guerbet obtains one million euros of public funding from Bpifrance (France 2030 investment plan) for a project developing artificial intelligence for the early detection of pancreatic cancer

Villepinte, 26 September 2022 – 18:00: Guerbet (GBT) obtains one million euros of public funding through a call for projects concerning the acceleration strategy in digital health via the France 2030 investment plan. The early diagnosis of pancreatic cancer is a major public health concern. The presentation of the work of Guerbet’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) research team, which could potentially offer a promising response to a medical need, convinced the jury to support this project with public funding

Pancreatic cancer represents 496,000 cases per year, of which 14,500 are in France and 56,700 in the USAi. The number of patients suffering from this disease has doubled over the last 25 years. The mortality rate of patients is high with survival ranging from one to five years depending on the stage of the disease at the time of diagnosisii. By 2040, pancreatic cancer will constitute the third cause of death by cancer in the EUiii and the fourth in the USAiv.

“Today, far too many patients are diagnosed at a late stage due to the silent progression of the disease and the huge difficulty in distinguishing the early stages in routine medical imaging. Artificial Intelligence offers a new tool which could support radiologists in their mission”.
Professor Vuillerme, Hospital Practitioner, Associate Professor at the Paris-Cité University, Radiologist

Unfortunately, few therapeutic options are currently available to treat pancreatic cancer. Surgery is the only treatment which may potentially cure the disease, but it can only be considered during the early stages of the diseasev. Less than 20% of patients are eligible for surgery, as a result of the late detectionsvi.

The early stages of pancreatic cancer are often asymptomatic, and the detection is often fortuitous and late. “Earlier detection would enable more patients to be eligible for surgery, which could lead to considerably higher survival rates.6,vii

CT scans of the pancreas are often difficult to interpret for radiologists who are not specialized in digestive diseasesviii. With effective algorithms and solutions already under development for the detection of liver and prostate cancers, Guerbet continues to innovate and will thus potentially increase chance of surviving from this “silent” cancer. The solution developed by Guerbet will permit the automatic analysis of scanners and will provide radiologists with an alert when pancreatic cancer is suspected from the very first stages of the disease.

“Every year the lives of thousands of families are disrupted by the announcement of a pancreatic cancer for which no one is prepared! Since 2016, Espoir Pancréas has been fighting for early detection of pancreatic cancer. We truly hope that in the future Artificial Intelligence solutions will offer improved diagnosis and prognosis for patients suffering from these cancers.”
Philippe François-Steininger, Chairman of the association Espoir Pancréas

Connections with the project’s clinical partners are already in progress and certain French and international partnerships are already under discussion. Furthermore, a large database has already been constituted.

This financial support will enable the acceleration of the development of the solution and the recognition provides great incentive for the project team.

“BPI’s financial support is a great acknowledgement of the quality of Guerbet’s work in the field of Artificial Intelligence at the service of healthcare. This support will enable the development of the project to be accelerated and give it the dimension necessary to develop a commercial product by 2025. We are convinced that these promising Artificial Intelligence solutions will contribute to the improvement of the diagnosis of cancers with a high mortality rate. Guerbet is thus demonstrating once again the ability to provide professionals with a major innovation for the benefit of patients.”
François Nicolas, Vice-President in charge of R&D at Guerbet

About France 2030

The France 2030 investment plan:

  • Translates a dual ambition: to sustainably transform key sectors of our economy (energy, automobile, aeronautics and space) by technological innovation, and position France not only as an actor but as a leader in tomorrow’s world. From fundamental research to the emergence of an idea until the production of a new product or service, France 2030 supports the entire life cycle from innovation until its industrialization.
  • Is unique in its scope: €54 billion will be invested so that our companies, our universities and our research organizations fully succeed with their transitions in these strategic branches. What is at stake is to enable them to respond in a competitive manner to the ecological and attractiveness challenges of tomorrow’s world and unveil the future champions of our industries of excellence. France 2030 is defined by two transverse objectives, consisting of devoting 50% of its expenditure to decarbonization of the economy and 50% to emerging actors full of innovation without expenditure unfavorable to the environment (in the sense of the Do No Significant Harm principle).
  • Is implemented collectively: thought through and deployed in conjunction with local and European economic and academic actors to determine the strategic guidelines and flagship actions thereof. Project innovators are invited to submit their dossier via open, demanding and selective procedures to benefit from State accompaniment.
  • Is coordinated by the General Secretariat for investment on behalf of the Prime Minister and implemented by the Ecological Transition Agency (ADEME), the National Research Agency (ANR), Bpifrance and the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (CDC).

More information: france2030.gouv.fr | @SGPI_Avenir


i Globocan 2020

ii https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/pancreatic-cancer/pancreatic-cancer-prognosis

iii https://www.openaccessgovernment.org/tackling-the-burden-of-pancreatic-cancer-in-europe/98097/

iv Rahib, et al. JAMA Network Open. 2021;4(4):e214708

v PanCAN’s Pancreatic Cancer Early Detection Initiative – Pancreatic Cancer Action Network

vi https://healthcare-in-europe.com/en/news/pancreatic-cancer-current-challenges-future-direction.html

vii Chari et al. Early Detection of Sporadic Pancreatic Cancer. Pancreas – Volume 44, Number 5, July 2015

viii Levy et al. Un plaidoyer pour la pancréatologie, HEPATO-GASTRO et Oncologie digestive. vol. 24 n8 4, avril 2017

About Guerbet

At Guerbet, we build lasting relationships so that we enable people to live better. That is our purpose. We are a global leader in medical imaging, offering a comprehensive range of pharmaceutical products, medical devices, and digital and AI solutions for diagnostic and interventional imaging. As pioneers in contrast agents for 95 years, with more than 2,600 employees worldwide, we continuously innovate and devote 9% of our revenue to research and development in four centers in France, Israel, and the United States. Guerbet (GBT) is listed on Euronext Paris (segment B – mid caps) and generated €732 million in revenue in 2021. For more information, please visit www.guerbet.com.

Contacts:

Guerbet
Claire Lauvernier, Group Communication Director +33.6.79.52.11.88 / [email protected]

Actifin
Mathias Jordan, Media Relations +33.1.56.88.11.26 / [email protected]

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Quadient SA: Solid Q2 growth momentum supports an expected strong H2 performance

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Solid Q2 growth momentum supports an expected strong H2 performance

Solid business trends confirmed

  • Group revenue of €524 million in H1 2022, up 4.0% on a reported basis and 0.7%1 organically vs. H1 2021. The Group continues to build a stronger and more resilient business model with growing subscription-related revenue now reaching 70% of total revenue in H1 2022 versus 67% in H1 2021.
  • Revenue for Q2 2022 was up 5.4% on a reported basis and up 2.0%1 on an organic basis to €271 million at Group level, confirming the positive trend expected after Q1.

At Major Operations level:

  • Intelligent Communication Automation revenue was up 4.7% organically in H1 with growth in subscription-related revenue continues to accelerate with an 18.1% organic increase in Q2 and a strong Annual Recurring Revenue annualized organic growth at 28% (€173 million2 at end of H1 2022)
  • Mail-Related Solutions delivered organic growth in Q2 with a 1.2% increase bringing the H1 performance to a remarkable -0.3% organic change despite the high comparison basis in H1 2021.
  • Parcel Locker Solutions returned to double digit organic growth in Q2 2022 at +15.8% as contract deployments fueled the growth and with the comparison basis no longer impacted by the large US retail deal as it was the case in Q1.

European product launches and inflation weighted on H1 profitability

  • Current EBIT1F3 reached €65 million vs €70 million in H1 2021. The current inflation environment weighted on the Group’s profitability, as the Company increased salaries to attract and retain talents and also adapted its marketing and travel expenses to a normalized post-covid level.
  • Mail-Related Solutions delivered a high level of profitability with a 44.8% Solution Profit Margin as a result of dynamic pricing offsetting both supply chain and salaries increases while Intelligent Communication Automation and Parcel Locker Solutions profitability were impacted by European products launches and go-to-market acceleration costs.
  • Net attributable income came in at €29 million for the period.
  • Free cash flow2F4 was €13 million in H1 2022, reinforcing a solid liquidity position of €531 million3F5 as of 31 July 2022. The company’s financial position remained healthy with its net debt at €779 million and a leverage of 1.95x (EBITDA excluding leasing6) as of 31 July 2022 after the repayment of the ODIRNANE in June.

Strong H2 performance expected, FY 2022 guidance confirmed

  • Expected organic growth in revenue is confirmed above 2%7 compared to FY 2021. After a first quarter impacted by a high comparison basis, the solid business performance achieved in Q2 confirms the improving trend expected to materialize in the second half of the year.
  • Current EBIT3 organic growth confirmed at low to mid-single digit compared to FY 2021. A significant increase in profitability is expected in H2, to be driven by the phasing of price increases through the year, the improvement in profitability from a growing installed base for both Intelligent Communication Automation and Parcel Locker Solutions and the significant contribution of the high profitability of Mail-Related Solutions.

Paris, 26 September 2022,

Quadient (Euronext Paris: QDT), a leader in business solutions for meaningful customer connections through digital and physical channels, announces today its 2022 second-quarter consolidated sales and half-year results (period ended on 31 July 2022).

Geoffrey Godet, Chief Executive Officer of Quadient, stated: As evidenced by the top line growth achieved in the second quarter, we delivered solid business trends across all our solutions. In Intelligent Communication Automation, the accelerated growth in Annual Recurring Revenue together with the recent signature of our two largest cloud subscription deals further demonstrate the successful transition of our business model from on-premise software licenses to SaaS/Cloud solution, a success which is now also being well recognized by industry analysts. Moreover, revenue from parcel lockers went back to double-digit growth, and the growth achieved in Mail-Related business shows how Quadient is successfully managing its installed base, benefitting from the appeal of recently launched products.

In the current inflationary environment, we maintained a stable gross margin as we have been able to offset higher year-over-year impact of increased supply chain costs with positive impact from higher prices. Nevertheless, profitability, as expected, was lower in the first part of the year as we increased our spendings to launch our products into new regions capitalizing on strong cross-selling opportunities and developing new territories.

With over 70% of growing recurring revenue and more than 58% of our revenues in North America at the end of H1, Quadient is well equipped to face adverse macro conditions. In addition, taking into account our strong backlog across all three Solutions at the end of the period, we expect the positive business momentum to support higher growth in H2. Combining this growth with the full benefits from price indexation and increase in our already profitable installed bases, we are confident that profitability will significantly increase in the second part of the year. We are therefore confirming our full-year guidance.

POSITIVE UNDERLYING TRENDS SUPPORTIVE OF ORGANIC GROWTH ACCELERATION

Group sales stood at €524 million in H1 2022, a 0.7% organic growth. On a reported basis, Group sales went up 4.0% compared to H1 2021, including a positive currency impact of +6.1% and a negative scope effect of -2.8%. In details, changes of scope are related to the acquisition of Beanworks in March 2021 and the divestment of Automated Packaging Systems in July 2021 as well as the more recent divestments of the Graphic business in the Nordics and the Shipping activities in France (both in June 2022).

Consolidated sales

In million H1 2022 H1 2021 Change Organic change(1)
Major Operations 492 458 +7.5% +0.6%
Intelligent Communication Automation 108 97 +11.5% +4.7%
Mail-Related Solutions 342 320 +6.9% (0.3)%
Parcel Locker Solutions 42 41 +3.2% (2.5)%
Additional Operations 31 46 (31.7)% +1.7%
Group total 524 504 +4.0% +0.7%
In million H1 2022 H1 2021 Change Organic change(1)
Major Operations 492 458 +7.5% +0.6%
North America 287 250 +14.5% +2.5%
Main European countries(a) 179 183 (2.2)% (3.0)%
International(b) 27 25 +8.7% +7.7%
Additional Operations 31 46 (31.7)% +1.7%
Group total 524 504 +4.0% +0.7%
(a)   Including Austria, Benelux, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
(b)  International includes the activities of Parcel Locker Solutions in Japan and of Intelligent Communication Automation outside of North America and the Main European countries.

Major Operations

Sales from Major Operations reached €492 million (94% of total sales) in H1 2022, a 0.6% year-over-year organic growth and a 7.5% increase on a reported basis. Transition towards an increasingly subscription-based model continues to materialize with subscription-related revenues up 2.9% on an organic basis versus H1 2021 and now accounting for 71% of the Major Operations sales vs 69% in H1 2021.

Sales in North America (58% of Major Operations) were up 2.5% organically to €287 million. This solid performance was driven by organic growth from Mail Related Solutions with strong hardware sales in the period and a double-digit organic increase in revenues from Intelligent Communication Automation cloud-based solutions, supported by strong cross-sell and the deployment of recently acquired SaaS fintech companies (Beanworks and YayPay). The contribution from Parcel Locker Solutions suffered from a high comparison basis with the completion of the roll-out of a large retail contract in Q1 2021.

Main European countries (36% of Major Operations) were down 3.0% organically to €179 million, reflecting different trends with, on the one hand, a contained decline from Mail-Related Solutions and a relatively muted performance at Intelligent Communication Automation. And, on the other hand, organic growth from Parcel Locker Solutions was very strong mostly driven by the on-going deployment of the recently signed contracts in the region.

The International segment (5% of Major Operations) delivered a solid organic sales growth (+7.7% to €27 million), driven by the good dynamics of both Intelligent Communication Automation and Parcel Locker Solutions.

Intelligent Communication Automation

Sales from Intelligent Communication Automation were up 4.7% organically, with double digit growth on a reported basis, at €108 million. Driven by the growing demand for cloud-based solutions, Quadient signed its two largest subscription deals in North America (>€1 million/year each). Growth in subscription-related revenue continued to accelerate with +18.1% organic growth in Q2 2022 after +15.7% in Q1 2022 and +9.2% in Q4 2021. Overall, subscription-related revenue went up 16.9% organically in H1 2022, now representing 74% of Intelligent Communication Automation sales compared to 66% in H1 2021 and 59% in FY 2020. Also illustrating the shift in revenue model, the share of SaaS customers reached 78% at the end of H1 2022 and annual recurring revenue stood at €173 million at the end of H1 2022, up from €145 million at the end of 2021(2). The solid increase in annual recurring revenue (+28% organically on an annualized basis vs the end of last year) should continue to fuel future subscription-related revenue growth.

Conversely, license sales went down 45.3% organically, due, on the one hand to a comparison basis effect, with one large deal (c.$4 million) booked in the second quarter of 2021 and, on the other hand, to the progress of the transition to SaaS model. License sales now account for only 7% of the Solution’s total sales. Professional services were slightly down organically (-1.5%) due to the evolution in product mix and demanding comparison basis.

The Solution profit margin6F8 for Intelligent Communication Automation was down 8.2 points year-over-year on an organic basis to 7.3%. The profitability of the solution in the first half 2022 was mainly impacted by the high inflation weighing on personnel costs, a return to higher marketing expenses post-Covid and additional costs linked to the launch of YayPay and Beanworks in selected European countries. In addition, the change of business model also weighed on the profitability of the Solution while the large license deal signed in Q2 2021 created a demanding comparison basis.

Accelerating revenue growth, rising profitability of the installed base as well as phasing of the prices increases should support a significant improvement in profitability.

Mail-Related Solutions

Mail-Related Solutions sales stood at €342 million in H1 2022, up 6.9% on a reported basis and virtually flat organically (-0.3%) compared to H1 2021 despite a relatively high comparison basis (+5.1% organic growth in H1 2021 vs H1 2020). This strong performance was driven by the organic growth of North America’s subscription related revenue and high single digit growth in license & hardware sales. Main European countries proved resilient with limited organic declines.

In addition, despite the high comparison basis, the positive momentum in hardware sales continued with a 3.8% organic growth in H1 2022 compared to H1 2021. The performance was particularly strong in Q2 2022 with an 8.7% organic growth thanks to double digit organic growth in North America with further penetration of well received new generation of products.

Meanwhile, Mail Related Solutions recorded a limited 1.8% organic decrease in subscription-related revenues (71% of Mail-Related Solutions sales). The resilience of both the installed base and subscription-related revenues remains strong, thanks to multi-year largely indexed contracts.

The Solution Profit Margin8 for Mail-Related Solutions was remarkably stable on an organic basis to 44.8% despite the challenging conditions. The inflationary context and higher year-on-year freight costs weighted on profitability but proactive and tight cost control, benefits from remanufacturing as well as a largely indexed installed base led to this solid performance.

Parcel Locker Solutions

Parcel Locker Solutions sales stood at €42 million in H1 2022, a 2.5% organic decrease compared to H1 2021 and a 3.2% increase on a reported basis.

Growth in hardware sales was impacted in Q1 2022 by the high comparison base linked to the final phase of the deployment of a large North American retail contract in Q1 2021 while Q2 performance was no longer impacted by this base effect and hardware sales went up 25.1% organically vs Q2 2021. These differentiated performances brought the H1 2022 hardware decline to 19.8% compared to H1 2021.

Subscription-related revenues were up 10.2% organically thanks to the continuous on-going roll-out of existing contracts, solid usage rate and the benefits from price increases on the installed base. Subscription-related revenue now accounts for 61% of total revenue.

In June 2022, Quadient announced the roll-out of a large open network of parcel lockers in the UK. The aim is to have a network of 5,000 lockers installed in the coming years with a target of 500 installations to be deployed by the end of 2022. Two leading international carriers DPD and DHL have already announced that they will use the network for the delivery of their volumes and a third international carrier has recently joined the network. The Group expects this open network to continue to attract additional carriers and retailers.

Quadient closed the semester with over 16,900 lockers installed globally, on track to deliver the Company’s 2023 target to reach 25,000 lockers thanks to a high level of backlog and a solid pipeline of projects which continue to progress despite some projects being delayed into 2023.

Solution profit margin8 for Parcel Locker Solutions stood at -10.7% in H1 2022, a 10.5 points year-over-year organic decline. On the one hand, this was due to the significant impact of the completion of the deployment of the large US retail contract in Q1 2021, as well as the costs associated with new product and European network launches. On the other hand, the higher year-on-year supply chain costs were compensated by higher prices and the profitability of the installed base, which continue to improve at 28.4%.

Profitability is expected to increase in H2 2022 with no further impact from supply and freight costs, rising profitability of the installed base and benefits from the phasing of price increases.

Additional Operations

Revenue from Additional Operations stood at €31 million in H1 2022, up 1.7% year-over-year on an organic basis but down 31.7% on a reported basis. This decline is mainly due to the divestment of Automated Packing Systems in 2021 and the partial impact of the divestments from Graphics activities in the Nordic countries and from the Shipping Solutions which both took place in June 2022, marking the completion of the divestment programme as part of the portfolio reshaping initiated early 2019 with the launch of Back to Growth strategic plan. Additional Operations only accounted for 6% of total sales in H1 2022.

Since June 2022, Additional Operations are only comprising Mail-Related Solutions and Parcel Locker Solutions outside of the Company’s main geographies, which represent revenue of around €50 million on an annual basis (based on FY 2021 figures, i.e. 4.9% of FY 2021 total revenue).

Q2 2022 SALES

Consolidated sales stood at €271 million in the second quarter of 2022, up 5.4% on a reported basis and 2.0% on an organic basis compared to the second quarter of 2021. North America enjoyed a solid 4.9% organic growth in the quarter, with growth from Parcel Locker Solutions benefiting from a strong rebound after the high comparison basis from the deployment of a large retail contract in the region impacted the growth in Q1 and Mail-Related Solutions posting a positive performance as it grew organically. International grew +5.6% organically while Main European Countries posted a contained 2.6% organic decline mostly due to a lower contribution from Mail-Related Solutions.

Major Operations sales stood at €256 million in the second quarter of 2022, up 2.0% organically compared to the second quarter of 2021. Intelligent Communication Automation sales were down 0.5% organically to €55 million even though Subscription-related revenue continue to increase only partially offsetting the decline in license (high comparison basis from the large license deal (c. $4 million) signed in Q2 2021). Mail-Related Solutions sales continued to show strong resilience, reaching €177 million, up by 1.2% on an organic basis. Parcel Locker Solutions sales stood at €23 million in second quarter of 2022, with a +15.8% organic growth compared to Q2 2021 thanks to the on-going deployment of existing contracts in France and the UK and solid product placements.

Additional Operations sales stood at €15 million in the second quarter of 2022, down 41.0% on a reported basis due to the changes in scope, but up 1.7% on an organic basis.

REVIEW OF 2022 HALF-YEAR RESULTS

Simplified P&L

In € million H1 2022 H1 2021 Change
Sales 524 504 +4.0%
Gross profit 385 366  
Gross margin 73.5% 72.7%  
EBITDA 111 118 (5.8)%
EBITDA margin 21.3% 23.5%  
Current operating income before acquisition-related expenses 65 70 (7.1)%
Current operating income margin (before acquisitionrelated expenses) 12.5% 14.0%  
Current operating income 61 65 (6.3)%
Net attributable income 29 45 (35.6)%
Earnings per share 0.75 1.19  
Diluted earnings per share 0.75 1.12  

Current operating income82223

  H1 2022 H1 2021
In € million Major
Operations
Additional Operations Group total Major Operations Additional Operations Group total
Revenue 492 31 524 458 46 504
Current operating income before acquisition-related expenses 66 (1) 65 71 (1) 70

Gross margin stood at 73.5% in H1 2022 compared to 72.7% in H1 2021. A solid performance considering the higher year-over-year freight and supply costs. The gross margin benefited from higher activity, higher prices, and a tight control over costs of sales.

Current operating income before acquisition-related expenses stood at €65 million in H1 2022 compared to €70 million in H1 2021, down 17.0% on an organic basis. Current operating margin before acquisition-related expenses stood at 12.5% of sales in H1 2022 compared to 14.0% in H1 2021.

The lower current profitability reflects the impact from higher personnel costs, increased R&D, and go-to-market spendings, as well as investments into scaling the network of parcel lockers.

However, profitability is expected to step up in H2 2022 supported by the expected strong activity level, the rising profitability of the installed base, the full benefits from recent price increases as well as the continuous focus on costs control.

Acquisition-related expenses stood at €5 million in H1 2022, virtually stable compared to €6 million in H1 2021 as there were no significant fees related to M&A. Consequently, current operating income stood at €61 million in H1 2022, compared to €65 million in H1 2021.

Optimization costs and other operating expenses stood at €5 million in H1 2022, a much lower amount than in H1 2021, which stood at €12 million. As a reminder, H1 2021 was impacted by the divestment of the Drachten factory in the Netherlands and the Automated Packaging System. As a result, operating income stood at €56 million in H1 2022, a slight improvement on the €53 million recorded in H1 2021.

Net attributable income

H1 2022 net cost of debt was slightly up year-on-year at €12 million with the increase being linked with the refinancing of the ODIRNANE through the emission of Schuldschein debt in November 2021 and the increase in interest rates.

The currency gains & losses and other financial items were a loss of €2 million in H1 2022. As a reminder, currency gains and other financial items in H1 2021 benefited from the increase in the fair value of the investments made by Quadient in professional private equity funds X’Ange 2 and Partech Entrepreneurs.

Overall, net financial result was a loss of €14 million in H1 2022 compared to a gain of €3 million in H1 2021.

Income tax was €12 million in H1 2022 versus €10 million in H1 2021. This is mainly due to an increase in the tax charge in the United States as a result of the US tax group being subject to the BEAT tax in 2022. Consequently, the corporate tax rate stood at 28.8% in H1 2022 compared to 17.6% in H1 2021.

Net attributable income therefore amounted to €29 million in H1 2022 compared to €45 million in H1 2021.

Earnings per share9 stood at €0.75 in H1 2022 compared to €1.19 in H1 2021, while fully diluted earnings per share was €0.75 in H1 2022 (€1.12 in H1 2021).

Cash flow generation

EBITDA9F10 stood at €111 million in H1 2022 compared to €118 million in H1 2021. EBITDA margin decreased from 23.5% in H1 2021 to 21.3% in H1 2022 impacted by the increase in go-to-market for the Group’s growth engines.

The change in working capital was negative by €53 million in H1 2022 compared to a net cash outflow of €6 million in H1 2021. This is due to a higher level of inventories to mitigate potential supply chain disruptions as well as a slower collection of receivables compared to an exceptional collection rate in H1 2021 (catch-up effect after the 2020 Covid year).

Lease receivables decreased by €18 million in H1 2022 compared to a decrease of €32 million in H1 2021, thanks to a better placement of hardware for Mail-Related Solutions lowering the decline of the leasing portfolio.

The leasing portfolio and other financing services increased to €613 million as of 31 July 2022 compared to €595 million as of 31 January 2022 helped by a positive currency impact. On an organic basis, this represents a decrease of 3.0% compared to the end of FY 2021. At the end of H1 2022, the default rate of the leasing portfolio stood at around 1.8% compared to 1.7% at the end of the financial year 2021.

Interest and taxes paid decreased significantly to €15 million in H1 2022 versus €41 million in H1 2021. This variation in H1 2022 is mostly explained by the reimbursement of the 2020 tax loss carry-back measures in the US, an exceptional measure that was implemented during the Covid-19 related crisis.

Capital expenditure was slightly up at €44 million in H1 2022 compared to €39 million in H1 2021. Development capex was up to €19 million in H1 2022 (vs €16 million in H1 2021) focusing on R&D investments for software developments. Rented equipment capex was slightly down year-over-year at €13 million in H1 2022, compared to €15 million in H1 2021, due to lower Mail-Related Solutions placement compared to H1 2021, which benefited from a post-Covid rebound, and in spite of on-going deployment of Parcel Locker Solutions contracts in France and Japan. The increase in maintenance capex was mostly linked to one-off projects, especially higher capitalized accounting finance projects as well as IT equipment spendings.

Cash flow after capital expenditure for the year was down to €13 million in H1 2022 compared to €54 million in H1 2021.

LEVERAGE AND LIQUIDITY POSITION

Net debt stood at €779 million as of 31 July 2022 up from €504 million as of 31 January 2022. Whilst the overall financial structure remains stable, this increase in debt level is due to the repayment of the ODIRNANE instrument in June 2022 for €265 million. As a reminder, according to IFRS, ODIRNANE bonds were booked in equity. This repayment was allowed thanks to the issuance in November 2021 of a €270 Schuldschein. The Group has no other significant debt maturity before its €325 million 2.25% bond maturing in 2025.

The leverage ratio (net debt/EBITDA) remained almost stable at 3.3x6 as at 31 July 2022 vs 3.1x10F6 as at 31 January 2022 (adjusted for the ODIRNANE). Excluding leasing and adjusting for the ODIRNANE in the calculation at 31 January 2022, the leverage ratio was also stable at 1.95x6 as of 31 July 2022 vs 1.9x6 at the end of FY 2021 (31 January 2022).

As of 31 July 2022, the Group had a robust liquidity position of €531 million, split between €131 million in cash and a €400 million undrawn credit line, the latter maturing in 2024. In order to manage the working capital needs, Quadient issued €46 million NEUCP in July 2022.

Shareholders’ equity stood at €1,132 million as of 31 July 2022 compared to €1,359 million as of 31 January 2022. The gearing ratio12F11 went up to 68.4% from 37.1% as of 31 January 2022 due to the mechanical impact from the ODIRNANE reimbursement (double impact from lower equities and higher debt).

OUTLOOK

Positive momentum for revenues and expected step up in profitability

  • Fundamentals for the three solutions remain solid and organic growth in revenue is expected to accelerate in H2 supported by:

i)      the full impact of the acceleration in ARR bookings in Intelligent Communication Automation recorded at the end of H1,

ii)      full benefits from recent price increases across all activities,

iii)      strong penetration of newly launched products and high backlog for Mail-Related Solutions as well as solid cross-selling and upselling dynamics at Intelligent Communication Automation and

iv)      deployment of existing contracts and delivery of the high backlog for Parcel Locker Solutions.

2022 Guidance confirmed

  • At Group level, full-year 2022 organic sales growth is expected over 2%. Organic revenue growth trend seen in Q2 vs Q1 is expected to accelerate thanks to solid business fundamentals for all three solutions and despite the current challenging macro environment.
  • Low to mid-single digit current EBIT3 organic growth112 is also confirmed with H2 expected to mark a significant improvement in profitability vs H1. The profitability of the installed base is expected to continue to increase for both the SaaS activity and parcel lockers, whilst Mail-Related profit margin should remain high. Acceleration in revenue growth, benefits from increased prices flowing through, focus on continuous costs optimization as well as an easier comparison basis should all contribute to this expected increase in current EBIT and an improved current EBIT margin in H2.

2023 guidance unchanged

  • Both sales and current EBIT3 organic growth CAGR guidance over 2021-2023 are confirmed i.e., a minimum 3% organic sales growth CAGR and a minimum mid-single digit organic growth CAGR of current EBIT before acquisition-related expenses.

BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS

Quadient and Decathlon Reaffirm Partnership on Parcel Lockers
On 3 May 2022, Quadient announced that Decathlon, a leading global sporting goods retailer, will equip dozens of additional stores with Quadient’s automated parcel lockers in 2022. Since the adoption of the first Quadient locker solutions in 2015, Decathlon has equipped 62 stores in France with the lockers. The success of the lockers, which has been tested and certified by the retailer’s teams, motivated the sports brand to expand its partnership with Quadient. New consumer consumption patterns and growing demand for more convenient delivery solutions, accelerated by the global pandemic, led Decathlon to refine its omnichannel strategy by increasing the pick-up options for its “click & collect” offers.

Quadient Launches Automated Accounts Receivable Solution YayPay in France
On 10 May 2022, Quadient announced the launch in France of YayPay by Quadient, a cloud-based intelligent accounts receivable (AR) solution that automates the entire AR process from credit to cash application. The YayPay expansion comes on the heels of the launch earlier this year of Quadient’s accounts payable (AP) automation solution, Beanworks, in France and the United Kingdom, as well as last month’s launch of Impress Distribute, its cloud-based omnichannel document distribution solution, in Germany. Powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, YayPay’s predictive analytics engine provides insights on payer behavior and their impact on cash flow, with the use of dynamic dashboards and process automation that help to reduce outstanding receivables and day sales outstanding (DSO) for companies.

Quadient Named a Leader in IDC MarketScape for Cloud Customer Communications Management
On 2 June 2022, Quadient announced that Quadient was named a leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Cloud Customer Communications Management Applications 2022 Vendor Assessment – Dynamic Delivery of Multi-channel Personalized Experiences (doc #US48167722, May 2022). The report provides details to assess providers of customer communication management (CCM) solutions, including Quadient Inspire and Quadient Impress. According to the IDC MarketScape report, enterprises that seek omni-channel customer experiences through the lens of a customer journey should consider Quadient. The IDC MarketScape listed customer experience strategy, performance and scale and implementation experience as strengths of Quadient.

Quadient Reaches Milestone of 12,000 Global Customers for Cloud Software Solutions
On 14 June 2022, Quadient confirms that the number of customers of its cloud software business has surpassed the 12,000 mark globally, with a net increase of about 450 in the first period of 2022. The growth in Quadient’s Intelligent Communication Automation (ICA) software business was fueled by existing customers of Quadient’s mail equipment, who turned to the company’s cloud software solutions for digital transformation. Additional growth was driven by the deployment in France and the UK of Quadient’s recently acquired accounts payable automation software solution, Beanworks.

Quadient announces the sale of its Graphics activities in the Nordic countries to Ricoh
On 16 June 2022, Quadient announced the completion of the transaction for the divestment of its Graphics activities in the Nordic countries to the print company, Ricoh. As part of its ‘Back to Growth’ strategy, Quadient remains fully committed to accelerate the growth of its strategic software and parcel locker solutions, driven respectively by the acceleration of business processes digitalization and the growth of e-commerce. As a result, Quadient has been reshaping its portfolio by divesting non-core activities within its Additional Operations. Quadient’s Graphics business in the Nordic countries mainly consists in the distribution of printing and print finishing business solutions in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland.

Quadient rejoins the Euronext SBF 120 index
On 20 June 2022, Quadient announced that it has re-entered the Euronext SBF 120 and CAC Mid-60 indices in accordance with the decision taken by the Euronext Index Steering Committee. The integration took place on 17 June 2022 after market close and is effective from Monday 20 June 2022.

Quadient Announces Roll-out of a Large Parcel Locker Network Available to Carriers and Retailers Across the UK
On 24 June 2022, Quadient announced it will install carrier-agnostic parcel lockers at large scale in the UK. Over 500 parcel lockers this year, and 5,000 in the coming years, will be made available to all UK carriers and retailers to offer convenient parcel pickup and drop-off locations and an exceptional shopping experience to their customers, with a flexible choice of pickup times and locations. Quadient teams have ensured technical integration with the systems of key carriers in the UK and have secured hundreds of prime locations for locker units to quickly scale. Quadient’s ambition is to establish a dense, large and scalable network to consolidate first and last mile deliveries, especially in urban areas where there is medium to high delivery density. Having readily available open access to a large parcel delivery network alleviates the mounting pressure experienced by carriers and retailers to scale to increasing demand and parcel volumes.

Quadient announces completion of divestment series with the sale of its Shipping activity
On 30 June 2022, Quadient announced the sale of its Shipping solutions business. This activity, reported under the Additional Operations segment, includes a complete logistics and transport management solution, as well as the production, management, and distribution of RFID systems for asset tracking. The sale covers assets, industrial processes, and activities of the Shipping business, and is done through a management buyout (MBO). The revenue from the divested activities amounted to c. €5 million in 2021. Upon completion of this sale, forty Quadient employees will be transferred to the new entity.

Quadient Named a Leader in Journey Mapping by Independent Research Firm
On 6 July 2022, Quadient announced that the company has been named a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Journey Mapping Platforms, Q2 2022. Forrester Wave reports provide an overview of the top providers in a market space with analysis of their current offerings and strategies. Forrester, an international research, and advisory firm, included 12 vendors in its journey mapping platforms assessment, with Quadient named as one of only three Leaders. Providers were evaluated against 25 criteria grouped into three categories: current offering, strategy, and market presence.

Acceleration of Quadient’s UK smart locker network adoption
On 22 July 2022, Quadient announced the first contracts signed with international carriers to use its new smart parcel locker network in the UK. Since the announcement end of June of the roll out of the large network of Parcel Pending by Quadient smart lockers available to all carriers and retailers in the UK, global parcel delivery expert DPD UK confirmed it was the first major partner committing to utilize Quadient’s network to add more choice and convenience for its customers with parcel locker delivery. Quadient’s ambition is to implement the solution at 500 locations by the end of 2022, and 5,000 locations in the coming years. With the technical integration with DPD UK complete, DPD customers will start using Parcel Pending by Quadient smart lockers in the UK this month.

Following on from this first partnership, a second large international carrier has also committed to access Quadient’s Parcel Pending locker network. The signing of an additional carrier reinforces the strategic importance and attractiveness of a smart locker network for the automation of last-mile delivery in the world’s third largest e-commerce market. Quadient expects to announce additional partnerships with carriers, as well as retailers, in the coming months.

Quadient Named as a Leader in the Aspire CCM-CXM Leaderboard for the Fifth Consecutive Year
On 26 July 2022, Quadient announced that it has been positioned as a Leader in the 2022 Aspire Leaderboard™ of customer communications management (CCM) and customer experience management (CXM) vendors. This is the fifth consecutive year Quadient has earned the distinction. Aspire, a leading international consulting firm specializing in CCM and CXM industries, features five interactive grids in its 2022 Leaderboard, placing vendors into categories to help identify the best solution to meet an organization’s current and future needs. Quadient is recognized as a Leader on both the AnyPrem CCM Software, and Vendor Hosted SaaS CCM grids, as well as a Leader in the grid for Communications Experience Platform (CXP).

POST-CLOSING EVENTS

Quadient in the Top 10 of the Truffle 100 Ranking of French Software Companies for the Fifth Year in a Row
On 4 August 2022, Quadient announced it has positioned 10th in the Truffle Top 100, a ranking of French software companies. The latest ranking marks the fifth consecutive year Quadient has placed in the top 10 of the Truffle 100, which is compiled by Truffle Capital and teknowlogy group|CXP-PAC. The ranking is based on the software revenue submitted by each participating company.

Quadient among Finalists for Reuters Events 13th Annual Responsible Business Awards
On 7 September 2022, Quadient announced the company has been named a finalist for the Reuters Events 13th Annual Responsible Business Awards, in the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion category.

The Responsible Business Awards recognize and celebrate leaders in sustainable businesses that are positively impacting society, business and the environment. The award program serves as a benchmark for companies from across the globe looking to showcase leadership against international peers.

Quadient Introduces the DS-700 iQ Next-generation, Flexible and Scalable Folder Inserter Solution
On 15 September 2022, Quadient announced the global launch of the DS-700 iQ, Quadient’s newest modular, flexible and scalable folder inserter solution. The DS-700 iQ is equipped with more than 30 enhancements designed to address the evolving workflow demands of today’s high-volume mailing environments.

DHL Parcel UK announces partnership with Quadient to offer smart locker delivery
On 21 September 2022, Quadient announced that DHL Parcel UK is joining its growing parcel locker network in the United Kingdom. DHL Parcel UK shared the announcement below:

DHL Parcel UK today announced a new partnership with Quadient to offer smart lockers parcel pick-up throughout the UK. The contactless, secure locker stations will give recipients more choice and flexibility to receive their parcels at a time and location that suits them.

The deployment is underway to have 500 operating locker stations across the UK by the end of 2022, with plans for a further 5,000 in the coming years. Most installations will be outdoor facilities accessible 24 hours a day. [..]

To know more about Quadient’s newsflow, previous press releases are available on our website at the following address: https://invest.quadient.com/en-US/press-releases.

CONFERENCE CALL & WEBCAST

Quadient will host a conference call and webcast today at 6:00 pm Paris time (5:00 pm London time).

To join the webcast, click on the following link: Webcast.

To join the conference call, please use one of the following phone numbers:

▪ France: +33 (0) 1 70 37 71 66;

▪ United States: +1 212 999 6659;

▪ United Kingdom (standard international): +44 (0) 33 0551 0200.

Password: Quadient

A replay of the webcast will also be available on Quadient’s Investor Relations website for 12 months.

CALENDAR

  • 5 December 2022: Q3 2022 sales release (after close of trading on the Euronext Paris regulated market).

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About Quadient®

Quadient is the driving force behind the world’s most meaningful customer experiences. By focusing on three key solution areas, Intelligent Communication Automation, Parcel Locker Solutions and Mail-Related Solutions, Quadient helps simplify the connection between people and what matters. Quadient supports hundreds of thousands of customers worldwide in their quest to create relevant, personalized connections and achieve customer experience excellence. Quadient is listed in compartment B of Euronext Paris (QDT) and is part of the SBF 120®, CAC® Mid 60 and EnterNext® Tech 40 indices.

For more information about Quadient, visit https://invest.quadient.com/

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Appendices

Change in Q2 2022 sales

In € million Q2 2022 Q2 2021 Change Organic change(1)
Major Operations 256 232 +10.4% +2.0%
Intelligent Communication Automation 55 52 +6.2% (0.5)%
Mail-Related Solutions 177 161 +10.2% +1.2%
Parcel Locker Solutions 23 19 +24.5% +15.8%
Additional Operations 15 26 (41.0)% +1.7%
Group total 271 257 +5.4% +2.0%
In € million Q2 2022 Q2 2021 Change Organic change(1)
Major Operations 256 232 +10.4% +2.0%
North America 152 127 +19.9% +4.9%
Main European countries(a) 90 92 (2.0)% (2.6)%
International(b) 14 13 +6.4% +5.6%
Additional Operations 15 26 (41.0)% +1.7%
Group total 271 257 +5.4% +2.0%
(a)  Including Austria, Benelux, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
(b)  International includes the activities of Parcel Locker Solutions in Japan and of Customer Experience Management outside of North America and the Main European countries.

HALF-YEAR 2022

Consolidated income statement

 

In € million

H1 2022
(period ended
on 31 July 2022)
H1 2021
(period ended
on 31 July 2021)
Sales 524 504
Cost of sales (139) (137)
Gross margin 385 366
R&D expenses (28) (27)
Sales expenses (146) (128)
Administrative and general expenses (92) (91)
Maintenance and other expenses (53) (51)
Employee profit-sharing and share-based payments (1) 0
Current operating income before acquisition-related expenses 65 70
Acquisition-related expenses (5) (6)
Current operating income 61 65
Optimization expenses and other operating income & expenses (5) (12)
Operating income 56 53
Financial income/(expense) (14) 3
Income before taxes 42 55
Income taxes (12) (10)
Share of results of associated companies 0 0
Net income 30 46
Minority interests 1 1
Net attributable income 29 45

Simplified consolidated balance sheet

Assets
In € million
31 July 2022 31 January 2022 31 July 2021
Goodwill 1,158 1,120 1,106
Intangible fixed assets 142 138 120
Tangible fixed assets 171 186 188
Other non-current financial assets 92 99 90
Leasing receivables 613 595 575
Other non-current receivables 6 6 4
Deferred tax assets 23 20 20
Inventories 84 73 65
Receivables 205 227 182
Other current assets 97 95 108
Cash and cash equivalents 131 487 322
TOTAL ASSETS 2,722 3,046 2,780
Liabilities
In € million
31 July 2022 31 January 2022 31 July 2021
Shareholders’ equity 1,132 1,359 1,280
Non-current provisions 19 19 26
Non-current financial debt 734 869 687
Current financial debt 120 57 94
Lease obligations 57 65 66
Other non-current liabilities 2 2 1
Deferred tax liabilities 168 158 146
Financial instruments 9 3 4
Trade payables 69 80 65
Deferred income 178 193 163
Other current liabilities 234 241 248
TOTAL LIABILITIES 2,722 3,046 2,780

Simplified cash flow statement

 

In €millions

H1 2022
(period ended
on 31 July 2022)
H1 2021
(period ended
on 31 July 2021)
EBITDA 111 118
Other elements (5) (11)
Cash flow before net cost of debt and income tax 107 107
Change in the working capital requirement (53) (6)
Net change in leasing receivables 18 32
Cash flow from operating activities 72 133
Interest and tax paid (15) (41)
Net cash flow from operating activities 57 92
Capital expenditure (44) (39)
Net cash flow after investing activities 13 53
Impact of changes in scope 2 (72)
Others 0 6
Net cash flow after acquisitions and disposals 15 (13)
Share buyback 1 (2)
Dividends paid (2)
Change in debt and others (401) (178)
Net cash flow from financing activities (402) (180)
Cumulative translation adjustments on cash (14) 1
Change in net cash position (401) (192)

1 H1 2022 sales are compared to H1 2021 sales at constant exchange rates (31 million positive currency impact over the period) to which is added, prorata temporis, revenue from Beanworks and to which is deducted, prorata temporis, revenue from automated packaging activities, Graphic business in the Nordics and the Shipping activities in France, accounting for a consolidated amount of 14 million in H1 2022.
Q2 2022 sales are compared to Q2 2021 sales at constant exchange rates (19 million positive currency impact over the period), to which is deducted, prorata temporis, revenue from automated packaging activities, Graphic business in the Nordics and the Shipping activities in France, for a consolidated amount of €11 million in Q2 2022.
2 H1 2022 ARR benefited from a €7.6m positive forex impact vs Q4 2021.
3 Current operating income before acquisition-related expenses.
4 Cash flow after capital expenditure.
5131 million of cash and €400 million of undrawn credit line, the latter maturing in 2024.
6 Including IFRS 16.
7 Compared to FY 2021 sales at constant exchange rates to which is added, prorata temporis, revenue from Beanworks and to which is deducted, prorata temporis, revenue from automated packaging activities, Graphic business in the Nordics and the Shipping activities in France, accounting for a consolidated amount of €21 million in H1 2022.
8 In order to monitor the financial performance of its three Major Solutions in a consistent and comparable way, Quadient has introduced a new profitability metric per solution called solution profit margin. These solution profit margins are calculated as revenues minus cost of goods sold as well as all sales, services, marketing, product and R&D expenses.
9 The average compounded number of shares is 33,853,326, and the fully diluted number of shares is 34,218,626
10 EBITDA = current operating income + provisions for depreciation of tangible and intangible fixed assets.
11 Net debt / shareholders’ equity
12 On the basis of 2020 current operating income before acquisition-related expenses excluding Parcel Pending’s earn-out reversal i.e., €145 million, with a scope effect resulting in a €140 million proforma.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Life Sciences Market Size is projected to reach USD 12.67 Billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 29.3%: Straits Research

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New York, United States, Sept. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Artificial intelligence (AI) is described as a highly data-driven technology. In the life sciences industry, it is often deployed in the R&D capacities to give valuable insights from loosely connected data. Although the adoption of AI in the life sciences industry is still in its early stages, early adopters are expected to benefit from it because it will enable them to build strategic technological skills for gaining a competitive edge.

Furthermore, AI technology is gradually making its way into the public through mobile healthcare applications. The smartphone application, such as Sensely, stands to be an outstanding illustration of the commercial success of such applications. This scenario may lead to a new area of artificial intelligence that is more suitable to be applied on mobile platforms. Although the penetration of AI for voice recognition and image processing is relatively high on mobile platforms, the life sciences sector is predicted to benefit significantly from the technology.

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High Emphasis on the Development of Precision Medicine and Personalized Drugs to Drive the Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Life Sciences Market

The influence of AI on medication development and personalized medicine is beneficial. Unlike mechanistic assumptions or predictive modeling, AI can logically create optimal drug combinations that are successful and based on genuine experimental evidence by efficiently analyzing small datasets that are particular to the disease of interest. In addition, machine learning and predictive analytics research are being conducted to tailor treatment to an individual’s unique health history. Currently, the emphasis is on supervised learning, where clinicians can utilize genetic information and symptoms to narrow down diagnostic options or make an educated guess about a patient’s risk, eventually leading to more effective preventive measures.

Many startups are also investing in creating applications that consider behavioral change. In addition, new cooperation between the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) and Infosys would integrate advanced machine learning technologies with advanced biocomputing and genomic applications to improve precision medicine and preventive care. The alliance intends to enhance the predictability of future disease treatment results.

Increasing Demand for AI in Drug Discovery to Provide Opportunities for the Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Life Sciences Market

Pharmaceutical companies are investing in artificial intelligence to improve disease target identification, chemical screening, medication design from scratch, and potency/toxicity predictions. Deep learning is ideally suited for drug development due to its unparalleled capacity to extract significant features from unprocessed raw data, regardless of the size of the data set. Consequently, this can be highly beneficial for identifying new disease targets, generating fresh leads, and predicting treatment outcomes.

AI can help expand the field of drug discovery by making predictions in newer fields of biology and chemistry. With limited data, AI can quickly identify pertinent information by extracting text from scientific articles and frequently establish connections between biomedical entities, such as drugs and proteins. In the case of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, 50 clinical trials conducted over the past two decades have shown negative results, leaving only two licensed medications on the market that have demonstrated relatively small advantages for patients. Hence, AI has the potential to drastically revolutionize drug discovery strategies by saving enterprises vast amounts of money.

Report Scope

Report Metric Details
Market Size USD 12.67 Billion by 2030
CAGR 29.3% (2020-2030)
Historical Data 2019-2020
Base Year 2021
Forecast Period 2022-2030
Forecast Units Value (USD Billion)
Report Coverage Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends
Segments Covered Application, Regions
Geographies Covered North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, LAME and Rest of the World
Key Companies Profiled/Vendors NuMedii Inc., Atomwise Inc, IBM Corporation, AiCure LLC, Nuance Communications Inc, Sensely Inc., Sophia Genetics SA. Insilico Medicine Inc.
Key Market Opportunities Increasing Demand for AI in Drug Discovery
Key Market Drivers Increasing Implementation of AI in the Domain of Research and Development
High Emphasis on the Development of Precision Medicine and Personalized Drugs

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Regional Analysis

North America is the most significant shareholder in the global artificial intelligence (AI) in life sciences market and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 26.6% during the forecast period. Almost all life science applications have a considerable demand for AI solutions, which has made the US the largest market. For applications in biotechnology, precision medicine, and drug development, there is a high need in the nation for AI solutions.

Asia-Pacific is expected to grow at a CAGR of 30.2%, generating USD 3,775 million during the forecast period. The biotechnology industry in China has seen double-digit growth, making it one of the countries with the quickest adoption rates. Additionally, significant businesses are concentrating on constructing a medication development facility in China to support market expansion.

The fastest-growing region is Europe, with Germany representing the biggest regional market for AI in the life sciences. The country has some of the best research facilities in the world, providing a suitable environment for the growth of clinical trials. According to Lymphoma Coalition, Germany recorded the highest number of clinical trials in 2018, at 120, closely followed by Italy, which conducted 119 trials. The German government is interested in the industry since it offers financial assistance for AI on a national level, including anticipated investments totaling EUR 3 billion by 2025. It also helps to employ technology advancement for the betterment of society and healthcare.

Key Highlights

  • The global artificial intelligence (AI) in life sciences market size was valued at USD 1,622 million in 2021. It is expected to reach USD 12,670 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 29.3% during the forecast period (2022-2030).
  • Based on application, the market is segmented into drug discovery, biotechnology, clinical trials, medical diagnosis, precision and personalized medicine, and patient monitoring. The drug discovery segment holds a significant market share and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 30.2% during the forecast period. 
  • North America is the most significant shareholder in the global artificial intelligence (AI) in life sciences market and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 26.6% during the forecast period.

The global artificial intelligence (AI) in life sciences market’s major key players are

  • NuMedii Inc
  • Atomwise Inc
  • IBM Corporation
  • AiCure LLC
  • Nuance Communications Inc
  • Sensely Inc
  • Sophia Genetics SA
  • Insilico Medicine Inc
  • Enlitic Inc
  • Apixio Inc
  • Zebra Medical Vision
  • twoXAR Inc.

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Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Life Sciences Market: Segmentation

By Application

  • Drug Discovery
  • Medical Diagnosis
  • Biotechnology
  • Clinical Trials
  • Precision and Personalized Medicine
  • Patient Monitoring

By Region

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Rest of the World

TABLE OF CONTENT

  1. Introduction
    1. Market Definition
    2. Market Scope
  2. Research Methodology
    1. Primary Research
    2. Research Methodology
    3. Assumptions & Exclusions
    4. Secondary Data Sources
  3. Market Overview
    1. Report Segmentation & Scope
    2. Value Chain Analysis: Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Life Sciences Market
    3. Key Market Trends
      1. Drivers
      2. Restraints
      3. Opportunities
    4. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
      1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers
      2. Bargaining Power of Buyers
      3. Threat of Substitution
      4. Threat of New Entrants
      5. Competitive Rivalry
    5. Market Share Analysis
  4. Application Overview
    1. Introduction
      1. Market Size & Forecast
    2. Drug Discovery
      1. Market Size & Forecast
    3. Medical Diagnosis
      1. Market Size & Forecast
  5. Overview
    1. Introduction
      1. Market Size & Forecast
    2.  
      1. Market Size & Forecast
    3.  
      1. Market Size & Forecast
  6. Regional Overview
    1. Introduction
      1. Market Size & Forecast
    2. America
      1. North America
      2. U.S.
        1. By Application
      3. Canada
        1. By Application
      4. Mexico
        1. By Application
      5. Latin America
        1. By Application
    3. Europe
      1. Market Size & Forecast
      2. Germany
        1. By Application
      3. France
        1. By Application
      4. U.K.
        1. By Application
      5. Italy
        1. By Application
      6. Spain
        1. By Application
      7. Rest of Europe
        1. By Application
    4. Asia Pacific
      1. Market Size & Forecast
      2. Japan
        1. By Application
      3. China
        1. By Application
      4. Australia
        1. By Application
      5. India
        1. By Application
      6. South Korea
        1. By Application
      7. Rest of Asia-Pacific
        1. By Application
    5. Middle East & Africa
      1. Market Size & Forecast
      2. Saudi Arabia
        1. By Application
      3. South Africa
        1. By Application
      4. Kuwait
        1. By Application
      5. Rest of Middle East & Africa
        1. By Application
  7. Company Profile
    1. NuMedii Inc
      1. Company Overview
      2. Financial Performance
      3. Recent Developments
      4. Product Portfolio
    2. Atomwise Inc
      1. Company Overview
      2. Financial Performance
      3. Recent Developments
      4. Product Portfolio
    3. IBM Corporation
      1. Company Overview
      2. Financial Performance
      3. Recent Developments
      4. Product Portfolio
  8. Conclusion & Recommendation
  9. Acronyms & Abbreviations

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  • In June 2022, A syndicate of international investors with experience investing in the biopharmaceutical and life sciences sectors concluded a USD 60 million Series D financing for Insilico Medicine, a clinical-stage end-to-end artificial intelligence (AI)-driven drug development firm, today.

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Customer Loyalty Management Software Market Size is projected to reach USD 1.82 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 8.9%: Straits Research

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New York, United States, Sept. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A customer loyalty program is an e-commerce marketing strategy that rewards customers those loyal to a brand and interacts with it regularly. Customer loyalty programs are designed to encourage repeat purchases by offering discounts, exclusive offers, VIP events, and other benefits to members. They work at customer retention and understanding and analyzing customer behaviours and preferences to further businesses. According to statistics, 80% of the British population is a member of a customer loyalty program.

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Customer-Centric Approaches Driving the Market

It is discovered that, in addition to a simple customer focus, creating customer value and putting customers first provides the longest-lasting business value, regardless of time. Because the goal of loyalty management is to reward a company’s repeat customers, developing customer-centric strategies has become necessary to maintain a high customer retention rate, driving the demand for loyalty management programs. 

Through loyalty platforms, key players have implemented personalization features. It helps to capture the attention of customers and improve their overall experience. Personalized recommendations and coupons from brands attract customers. Customer satisfaction rises because of these programs, which drives their adoption across industries. According to Annex Cloud, 33% of consumers abandon a brand that lacks personalization.

Technological Advancements Boost the Market

The rate of technological advancements, whether artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT), or digital reality, is directly proportional to the growth of the global Loyalty management software market. Over 20 billion devices are expected to be connected to the internet in the next two years. With hundreds of devices connecting to the internet every second, the global digital transformation in various industries is expected to provide value-producing opportunities in the global Loyalty Management Software Market, which is expected to grow significantly over the forecast period. 

Thanks to technological advancements, we can now use artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to analyze and analyze consumer behavior using improved algorithms. In loyalty programs, AI and machine learning improve the customer experience and influence purchasing habits. According to Bond, 95% of customers want to use emerging technology like chatbots, AI, VR, and smart devices to interact with their loyalty program.

Report Scope

Report Metric Details
Market Size USD 1,820 Million by 2030
CAGR 8.9% (2022-2030)
Historical Data 2019-2020
Base Year 2021
Forecast Period 2022-2030
Forecast Units Value (USD Million)
Report Coverage Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends
Segments Covered Deployment, Enterprises, Applications, Regions
Geographies Covered North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, LAME and Rest of the World
Key Companies Profiled/Vendors Apex Loyalty, CitiXsys Americas Inc, Comarch, CityGro, Inc., Influitive Corporation, SiEBEN Yotpo, Ltd., Tango Card, Inc., Oto Analytics, Inc., Zoho Corporation Pvt. Ltd., and Loyverse
Key Market Drivers Customer Preference for Advanced Solutions and Personalization Driving the Market

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Cloud Sub-Segment Accounts for Large Market Share
The market is divided into two segments based on deployment: on-premise and cloud. Cloud-based customer loyalty management software provides a network-based solution accessible from any location with an active internet connection. Integrating with third-party solutions is usually easier. The cloud deployment model supports various devices that are simple to use, such as tablets, mobile phones, social media, and many others. The cloud-based software allows real-time updates on customer queries and response rates at reasonable prices. Furthermore, they help organizations with scalability and ease of access to organizational content, regardless of employee location, assisting with business continuity.

Market Growth due to Large Enterprises Funding for Increased Customer Retention
According to the enterprise size, the market is divided into two categories: small & medium (SMEs) and large. Large businesses are investing in customer loyalty solutions due to their large customer base and higher purchase frequency. It provides the brands with potential publicity and strengthens their market position. 

Loyalty is more important than ever to businesses in various industries, particularly those that are heavily consumer-driven, such as retail, financial services, and hospitality. According to “Loyalty Big Picture,” more than 71 % said they spend at least 2% of total revenues on loyalty and CRM to activate customers and leverage the data asset to create personalized offers and extensions, with the majority spending more than 4%.

Impact of Covid-19
When it comes to customer-brand interactions, COVID-19 has changed nearly everything. The pandemic has upended traditional strategies and tactics that brands have used to engage with customers, deliver an exceptional experience, and earn loyalty and repeat purchases. The retail world has majorly moved to the online space during the pandemic. Online grocery sales increased by 40% year over year, prompting retailers such as Wegmans to rethink their brick-and-mortar expansion plans. Customers’ digital engagement exploded, while in-store foot traffic slowed significantly, with brands such as Chipotle seeing a 134% increase in digital orders and increased app-based engagement year over year. The need for customer loyalty software also rose significantly to understand and analyze the new online behaviors of customers and hence driving the market upward.

Presence of Key Players and Advanced Infrastructure Resulting in North America’s Large Market Share
North America offers a wide range of opportunities for the global customer loyalty software market due to its technologically advanced infrastructure, widespread adoption of loyalty programmers, and strong presence of several established enterprises in developed countries such as the U.S. and Canada. In the United States, the majority of customers have loyalty cards. According to Accenture, there are 3.3 billion loyalty memberships in the United States.

The Asia-Pacific loyalty market is expected to grow exponentially during the forecast period. The Asia Pacific is home to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies, including India and China. In Asia-Pacific developing countries, a whopping 92 % were in the favor of loyalty programs. Because maximum consumers in developing markets are middle-class, they are more price-conscious. They prefer incentives such as loyalty cards because they believe they will benefit them financially in the long run. They do not switch brands often, so loyalty programs are ideal for them, necessitating the customer loyalty management software.

Key Highlights

  • The global customer loyalty management software market size is expected to reach USD 1,820 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 8.9% over the forecast period. (2022–2030)
  • The customer loyalty software market is driven by Increased adoption of omnichannel and multi-channel programs, technological advancements, and a growing need for competitive differentiation.
  • Cloud-based deployment is the leading segment with a large market share attributed to better integration with other loyalty systems such as CRM and marketing resources and enabling cost-effective real-time content collaboration and analysis.
  • Over the forecast period, Large Enterprises are expected to have a dominant share owing to huge investments by organizations to increase customer retention and defend their position in the highly competitive environment.
  • North America holds the largest share, due to the presence of key players, technological advancements, and a large customer base. APAC is expected to have a large market share in the forecast period due to its large population, rising preference for mobile technologies, and increasing digitization. 

Some of the key players in the global customer loyalty management software market are

  • Apex Loyalty
  • CitiXsys Americas Inc
  • Comarch
  • CityGro Inc.
  • Influitive Corporation
  • SiEBEN Yotpo Ltd.
  • Tango Card Inc.
  • Oto Analytics Inc.
  • Zoho Corporation Pvt. Ltd.
  • Loyverse 

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Global Customer Loyalty Management Software Market: Segmentation
By Deployment:

  • On-premise
  • Cloud

By Enterprise:

  • Small and Medium Enterprise
  • Large Enterprise

By Applications:

  • Campaign Management
  • Reward Distribution
  • SMS Marketing
  • Others

By Regions:

  • North America 
  • Europe 
  • Asia-Pacific 
  • Latin America
  • The Middle East and Africa

TABLE OF CONTENT
1          Introduction
1.1       Market Definition
1.2       Market Scope
2          Research Methodology
2.1       Primary Research
2.2       Research Methodology
2.3       Assumptions and Exclusions
2.4       Secondary Data Sources
3          Executive Summary
4          Market Overview
4.1       Report Segmentation and Scope
4.2       Key Market Trends
4.2.1   Drivers
4.2.2   Restraints
4.2.3   Opportunities
4.3       Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
4.3.1   Bargaining Power of Suppliers
4.3.2   Bargaining Power of Buyers
4.3.3   Threat of Substitution
4.3.4   Threat of New Entrants
4.3.5   Competitive Rivalry
4.4       Environment and Regulatory Landscape
4.5       Forecast Factors and Relevance of Impact
4.6       Macro-Economic and Geopolitical Scenario
4.7       Parent Market Overview
4.8       Technology Landscape
4.9       Market Share Analysis
4.10    Potential Venture Analysis
5          Deployment Overview
5.1       Introduction
5.1.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
5.2       On-premise
5.2.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
5.3       Cloud
5.3.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
6          Enterprise Overview
6.1       Introduction
6.1.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
6.2       SMEs
6.2.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
6.3       Large Enterprises
6.3.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
7          Application Overview
7.1       Introduction
7.1.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
7.2       Campaign Management
7.2.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
7.3       Reward Distribution
7.3.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
7.4       SMS Marketing
7.4.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
7.5       Others
7.5.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
8          Regional Overview
8.1       Introduction
8.1.1   Market Size and Forecast (Value)
8.2       North America
8.2.1   Economic Overview
8.2.2   Market Scenario
8.2.3   The U.S.
8.2.3.1            By Deployment
8.2.3.2            By Enterprise
8.2.3.3            By Application
8.2.4   Canada
8.2.4.1            By Deployment
8.2.4.2            By Enterprise
8.2.4.3            By Application
8.3       Latin America (LATAM)
8.3.1   Economic Overview
8.3.2   Market Scenario
8.3.3   Mexico
8.3.3.1            By Deployment
8.3.3.2            By Enterprise
8.3.3.3            By Application
8.3.4   Brazil
8.3.4.1            By Deployment
8.3.4.2            By Enterprise
8.3.4.3            By Application
8.3.5   Argentina
8.3.5.1            By Deployment
8.3.5.2            By Enterprise
8.3.5.3            By Application
8.3.6   Rest of LATAM
8.3.6.1            By Deployment
8.3.6.2            By Enterprise
8.3.6.3            By Application
8.4       Europe
8.4.1   Economic Overview
8.4.2   Market Scenario
8.4.3   Germany
8.4.3.1            By Deployment
8.4.3.2            By Enterprise
8.4.3.3            By Application
8.4.4   France
8.4.4.1            By Deployment
8.4.4.2            By Enterprise
8.4.4.3            By Application
8.4.5   The U.K.
8.4.5.1            By Deployment
8.4.5.2            By Enterprise
8.4.5.3            By Application
8.4.6   Italy
8.4.6.1            By Deployment
8.4.6.2            By Enterprise
8.4.6.3            By Application
8.4.7   Spain
8.4.7.1            By Deployment
8.4.7.2            By Enterprise
8.4.7.3            By Application
8.4.8   The Rest of Europe
8.4.8.1            By Deployment
8.4.8.2            By Enterprise
8.4.8.3            By Application
8.5       Asia-Pacific (APAC)
8.5.1   Economic Overview
8.5.2   Market Scenario
8.5.3   China
8.5.3.1            By Deployment
8.5.3.2            By Enterprise
8.5.3.3            By Application
8.5.4   Japan
8.5.4.1            By Deployment
8.5.4.2            By Enterprise
8.5.4.3            By Application
8.5.5   India
8.5.5.1            By Deployment
8.5.5.2            By Enterprise
8.5.5.3            By Application
8.5.6   Australia
8.5.6.1            By Deployment
8.5.6.2            By Enterprise
8.5.6.3            By Application
8.5.7   South Korea
8.5.7.1            By Deployment
8.5.7.2            By Enterprise
8.5.7.3            By Application
8.5.8   Rest of APAC
8.5.8.1            By Deployment
8.5.8.2            By Enterprise
8.5.8.3            By Application
8.6       The Middle East and Africa
8.6.1   Economic Overview
8.6.2   Market Scenario
8.6.3   GCC
8.6.3.1            By Deployment
8.6.3.2            By Enterprise
8.6.3.3            By Application
8.6.4   South Africa
8.6.4.1            By Deployment
8.6.4.2            By Enterprise
8.6.4.3            By Application
8.6.5   The Rest of the Middle East
8.6.5.1            By Deployment
8.6.5.2            By Enterprise
8.6.5.3            By Application
9          Competitive Landscape — Manufacturers and Suppliers
9.1       Competition Dashboard
9.2       Industry Structure
9.3       Apex Loyalty
9.3.1   Business Overview
9.3.2   Financial Performance
9.3.3   Recent Developments
9.3.4   Product Portfolio
9.4       CitiXsys Americas Inc
9.4.1   Business Overview
9.4.2   Financial Performance
9.4.3   Recent Developments
9.4.4   Product Portfolio
9.5       Comarch
9.5.1   Business Overview
9.5.2   Financial Performance
9.5.3   Recent Developments
9.5.4   Product Portfolio
9.6       CityGro Inc.
9.6.1   Business Overview
9.6.2   Financial Performance
9.6.3   Recent Developments
9.6.4   Product Portfolio
9.7       Influitive Corporation
9.7.1   Business Overview
9.7.2   Financial Performance
9.7.3   Recent Developments
9.7.4   Product Portfolio
9.8       SiEBEN Yotpo Ltd.
9.8.1   Business Overview
9.8.2   Financial Performance
9.8.3   Recent Developments
9.8.4   Product Portfolio
9.9       Tango Card Inc.
9.9.1   Business Overview
9.9.2   Financial Performance
9.9.3   Recent Developments
9.9.4   Product Portfolio
9.10    Zoho Corporation Pvt Ltd.
9.10.1 Business Overview
9.10.2 Financial Performance
9.10.3 Recent Developments
9.10.4 Product Portfolio
9.11    Oto Analytics Inc.
9.11.1 Business Overview
9.11.2 Financial Performance
9.11.3 Recent Developments
9.11.4 Product Portfolio
9.12    Loyverse
9.12.1 Business Overview
9.12.2 Financial Performance
9.12.3 Recent Developments
9.12.4 Product Portfolio
10        Conclusion and Recommendation
11        Acronyms and Abbreviations

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Market News

  • May 2021– Salesforce introduced a new product of Loyalty management for the end-users such as retail, manufacturing, travel, and hospitality to boost engagement and trust. It is built on the Salesforce Consumer 360 platform to provide intelligent solutions for B2B and B2C customers.
  • June 2021– Comarch Launches New AI-Powered Loyalty Program Enrollment Security Service. The AI-powered Enrollment Security Service uses historical data to detect fraudulent new registrations and changes to personal information. It uses an ensemble of statistical and machine learning natural language processing models to analyze each new registration or change in personal data.

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Global Construction Equipment Market to Grow at a CAGR of 5.30%, during Forecast Period | BlueWeave Consulting

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New Delhi, Sept. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Construction Equipment Market is flourishing owing to rapid urbanization, increasing infrastructure construction in developing countries, and population growth as well as urban migration all contribute to market expansion.

A recent study conducted by the strategic consulting and market research firm, BlueWeave Consulting, revealed that the Global Construction Equipment Market was worth USD 171.4 billion in the year 2021. The market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 5.30%, earning revenues of around USD 245.3 billion by the end of 2028. The Global Construction Equipment Market is booming because of the increase in government spending on infrastructure development, rising demand for smart city projects that call for a lot of construction equipment, and newly formed emission regulations to kickstart advancements in OHV engine & exhaust technologies. The need for construction equipment has significantly expanded as a result of modernization and technological advancements in highly regulated industries, such as the military and railroad operations. The several types of construction equipment include those used for hoisting, excavation, hauling, grading, paving, drilling, and pile driving. However, supply chain and inventory issues, combined with semiconductor shortages, are anticipated to stymie industry expansion in the coming years.

Equipment Rentals might Generate Excellent Opportunities

Individual firms and heavy construction equipment manufacturers have turned to equipment rental to meet the rising demand for heavy equipment in the construction industry. Renting construction equipment has various advantages, including the fact that the equipment is well-maintained and reliable, that no capital investment is required, and that no service or maintenance fees are incurred. Furthermore, businesses can test and assess new heavy construction equipment types before making a purchase decision. Manufacturers can profit from the power and precision of cutting-edge technology while also saving money. Because they are subjected to regular maintenance checks, these pieces of equipment require no maintenance, and rental companies include maintenance in their contracts. As a result, the Global Construction Equipment Market is predicted to develop at a significant rate during the forecast period (2022-2028).

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Industrialization and Rapid Urbanization Fuel Market Expansion

Rapid urbanization and industrialization, particularly in developing nations, promote economic growth, job opportunities, and national development. Designing energy-efficient structures for a sustainable future also bring about socioeconomic and environmental transformations. For instance, the Sardar Patel National Urban Housing Mission, the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation, the Clean India Mission, the National Urban Information System, and the National Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana are all driving forces behind urbanization in India. Due to the modern technical technology used for fuel injection and engine cooling, the usage of heavy construction equipment is essential to the urbanization and industrialization of society. High digging strength, dump heights, dump depths, engine horsepower, ground clearance, and other variables are also crucial when choosing heavy construction machinery. This results in offering lucrative opportunities for the Global Construction Equipment Market during the forecast period (2022-2028).

Challenge: Regulations and Rules Governing International Trade

Construction equipment manufacturing, import, and export laws and regulations vary by nation. Different import taxes are levied by nations to prevent unfair trade practices and benefit domestic producers. Governments typically sign bilateral trade agreements to lower tariffs and obstacles to a free trade zone or single market. Although this can be advantageous, it might also result in more foreign competition. The impact of foreign affairs on trade is greater. Commerce agreements may be stopped in the event of conflicts with other nations, or the worst-case scenario, restrictions may be imposed, limiting trade entirely. Consequently, the effects of international trade policies and restrictions result in variables that prevent sales.

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Segmental Coverage

Global Construction Equipment Market – By Application

Based on application, the Global Construction Equipment Market is segmented into Commercial, Residential, and Infrastructure. Due to growing industrialization and foreign direct investments (FDI) for various global manufacturing facilities in developing countries, the industrial application segment is predicted to experience steady expansion shortly. Commercial infrastructure development in both developed and emerging nations is probably going to show a sizable global market. The market is anticipated to increase steadily for applications in the residential sector due to the rapid population growth in Asian and African nations. All these factors boost the growth of the Global Construction Equipment Market during the forecast period (2022-2028).

Impact of COVID-19 on Global Construction Equipment Market

The COVID-19 outbreak had a significant impact on construction activity in 2020. Construction activity quickly decreased as a result of the brief lockout brought on by the COVID-19 virus’s quick proliferation. The OEMs observed problems in the supply chain and brief dealer store closures that precluded new sales. However, demand for construction equipment dramatically increased in 2021 as construction for both ongoing and new projects resumed. Lower housing costs contributed to rising residential area demand, which raised equipment demand. The market is also unstable because of increased COVID-19 infections brought on by the new variety of Omicron, high steel and aluminum prices, and a lack of semiconductors.

Competitive Landscape

The leading market players in the Global Construction Equipment Market are Caterpillar, CNH Industrial N.V., Doosan Corporation, Escorts Limited, Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd., Hyundai Construction Equipment Co., Ltd., J C Bamford Excavators Ltd., Deere & Company., Kobelco Construction Machinery Co., Ltd., Komatsu Ltd., Liebherr-International AG, Manitou BF, Hidromek, Sany Heavy Industry Co., Ltd., Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd., Terex Corporation, Volvo AB, Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science and Technology Co., Ltd, and other prominent players.

The Global Construction Equipment Market is highly fragmented with the presence of several manufacturing companies in the country. The market leaders retain their supremacy by spending on research and development, incorporating cutting-edge technology into their goods, and releasing upgraded items for customers. Various tactics, including strategic alliances, agreements, mergers, and partnerships, are used.

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The in-depth analysis of the report provides information about growth potential, upcoming trends, and statistics of the Global Construction Equipment Market. It also highlights the factors driving forecasts of total market size. The report promises to provide recent technology trends in the Global Construction Equipment Market and industry insights to help decision-makers make sound strategic decisions. Furthermore, the report also analyzes the growth drivers, challenges, and competitive dynamics of the market.

Recent Development

  • In June 2022, Liebherr Australia and Fortescue (Australia) partnered to develop mining haul trucks to add zero-emission power system technologies. The partnership will draw from Liebherr’s industry-leading equipment and technology and FFI’s expertise in green technologies to deliver zero-emission mining equipment.

Scope of the Report

Attributes Details
Years Considered Historical data – 2018-2021
Base Year – 2021
Forecast – 2022 – 2028
Facts Covered Revenue in USD Billion
Product Service/Segmentation By Equipment, By Application, By Propulsion Type, By Emission Regulation, By Power Output, By Engine Capacity, By Region.
Key Players Caterpillar, CNH Industrial N.V., Doosan Corporation, Escorts Limited, Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd., Hyundai Construction Equipment Co., Ltd., J C Bamford Excavators Ltd., Deere & Company., Kobelco Construction Machinery Co., Ltd., Komatsu Ltd., Liebherr-International AG, Manitou BF, Hidromek, Sany Heavy Industry Co., Ltd., Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd., Terex Corporation, Volvo AB, Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science and Technology Co., Ltd, and other prominent players.

By Equipment

  • Earthmoving Equipment
  • Loaders
  • Excavators
  • Backhoe
  • Loaders
  • Compactors
  • Others
  • Material Handling Equipment
  • Cranes
  • Industrial Trucks
  • Road Rollers
  • Others
  • Heavy Construction Equipment
  • Concrete Pumps
  • Crushers
  • Transit Mixers
  • Asphalt Pavers
  • Batching Plants
  • Others

By Application

    • Commercial
    • Residential
    • Infrastructure

By Propulsion Type

    • Diesel
    • CNG/LNG/RNG

By Emission Regulation

    • Stage II
    • Stage III
    • Stage III A
    • Stage IV
    • Stage V
    • Stage VI
    • Tier 4
    • Tier 5

By Power Output

      • <100 HP
      • 101–200 HP
      • 201–400 HP
      • >400 HP

By Engine Capacity

      • <5L
      • 5L-10L
      • >10L

By Region

    • North America
    • Europe
    • Asia Pacific
    • Latin America
    • Middle East and Africa

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AgriTech Platform Market is expected to surge to a market size of US$ 39.9 Bn by 2032 – Persistence Market Research

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New York, Sept. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to Persistence Market Research, global demand for agritech platforms will increased rapidly at a CAGR of 12.4% from 2022 to 2032. The report predicts that the market will close in on a valuation of US$ 39.9 Bn by the end of 2032.

Farmers are under enormous pressure to feed a population that is growing by the minute, and because of the intricate agricultural value chain, their challenges are considerably more onerous. To ensure a steady flow of income for farmers in the current challenging environment, it is vital to use modern, sustainable farming practices supported by technology, in addition to good judgement and foresight.

Farmers can have better control over the output of their crops and livestock by using contemporary tools. This method not only boosts crop productivity and efficiency but also lessens the likelihood of produce loss and waste of essential resources such as water, fertilizers, and pesticides. Agritech platforms give farmers access to agricultural inputs including planting supplies, seeds, fertilizers, and machinery, as well as relevant information about the quality and best practices of the products that they buy.

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Key Takeaways from Market Study

  • By solution, agritech platforms are anticipated to account for a leading share in market.
  • Demand for agritech services is estimated to surge at a CAGR of 13.8% through 2032.
  • By application, precision farming is currently leading the market. However, the smart greenhouse segment is likely to expand at a higher CAGR of 15.3% through 2032.
  • By region, North America is expected to lead the global market with a share of 30.7% in 2022, followed by Europe. South Asia and Pacific is anticipated to emerge as the fastest-growing market over the decade.

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“An increase in demand for agritech solutions due to high need for automating agricultural processes to meet the needs of a growing population and improve farming is expected to propel the demand for agritech platforms”, says a Persistence Market Research analyst.

Rising Adoption of Digital Technologies in Agriculture

Technological advances in agriculture are ongoing to meet the growing demand for agricultural automation, digitization, and sustainability. A shift toward intelligent farming and the efficient use of time & resources while avoiding crop loss is indicated by emerging trends in agriculture. The Internet of Things (IoT), computer vision, and artificial intelligence (AI) are all used in agriculture as part of smart agriculture.

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Manual farm tasks such as fruit harvesting and watering plants are being taken over; for example, robots and drones are accelerating agricultural automation. GPS and drone and satellite imagery work together to produce a high-resolution, site-specific perspective of an area. Additionally, real-time field data is collected by sensor-powered IoT devices, enabling farmers to make informed decisions. Additionally, the widespread adoption of precision agriculture and indoor farming is driving IoT development in agriculture.

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Persistence Market Research’s report on the agritech platform market is segmented into three major sections – solution (agritech platforms, services (implementation & integration, consulting, support & maintenance)), application (livestock monitoring, precision farming, precision aquaculture, smart greenhouse, others), and region (North America, Latin America, Europe, East Asia, South Asia and Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa).

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Global Loan Servicing Software Market to Reach $9.5 Billion by 2031: Allied Market Research

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Portland, OR, Sept. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to the report published by Allied Market Research, the global Loan Servicing Software market is set to garner revenue of $2.3 billion in 2021, and is expected to hit $9.5 billion by 2031, registering a CAGR of 15.2% from 2022 to 2031. The market research study provides a detailed analysis of changing industry trends, top-most segments, value chain analysis, key investment business scenarios, regional space, and competitive space. The study is a key information source for giant players, entrepreneurs, shareholders, and owners in generating new strategies for the future and taking steps to enhance their market position. The report displays an in-depth quantitative analysis of the market from 2022 to 2031 and guides investors in allocating funds to the rapidly evolving industry.

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Report Coverage Details
Forecast Period 2022­–2031
Base Year 2021
Market Size in 2021 $2.3 Billion
Market Size in 2031 $9.5 Billion
CAGR 15.2%
No. of Pages in Report 382
Segments Covered Component, Deployment Mode, Enterprise Size, Application, End User, and Region
Drivers Loan servicing software helps in enhancing the revenue of the loan service providers by sending notifications to them about outstanding payments and loan payment due dates.  
  Loan servicing software enables online payments, offline collections, calculating repayment, principal amount, and interest.
Opportunities Need for reducing turnaround time, acceptance of artificial intelligence, and breakthroughs in software technology.
Restraints High cost of deploying loan servicing software.

Covid-19 Scenario

  • The Covid-19 pandemic created a moderate impact on the growth of the global loan servicing software market with a rise in unemployment and job loss caused due to the pandemic outbreak leading to less demand for home, mortgage, and personal loans.
  • Lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic forced banks and other financial institutions in collecting loans physically, thereby impacting the growth of the global market.

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The report offers detailed segmentation of the global loan servicing software market based on component, deployment mode, enterprise size, application, end-user, and region. It provides an in-depth analysis of every segment and sub-segment in tables and figures through which consumers can derive a conclusion about market trends and insights. The market report analysis aids organizations, investors, and entrepreneurs in understanding which sub-segments are to be tapped for achieving huge growth in the years ahead.

In terms of component, the software segment held the highest market share in 2021. Moreover, it accounted for three-fourths of the overall share of the global loan servicing software market in 2021. Moreover, this segment is predicted to retain its dominant position during the forecast timespan. However, the service segment is set to record the highest CAGR of 19.3% from 2022 to 2031.

On basis of the application, the commercial loan software segment held the largest share in 2021, and contributed more than two-fifths of the overall loan servicing software market share. Moreover, this segment is predicted to account for the highest market share in 2031. However, the loan origination software segment is also anticipated to record the fastest CAGR of 19.1% during the forecast timeframe.

Based on the enterprise size, the large enterprises segment contributed to the largest market share in 2021. Moreover, it contributed over three-fourths of the global loan servicing software market share in 2021.  Furthermore, the segment is predicted to retain its dominant status during the forecast timeline. However, the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) segment is expected to register the highest CAGR of 18.5% during the forecast period.

Based on region, the Asia-Pacific region is anticipated to contribute the highest market share in 2031. It will account for nearly one-third of the global loan servicing software market share. The Asia-Pacific loan servicing software market is predicted to register the fastest CAGR of 17.9% from 2022 to 2031. The report also analyzes regions including the LAMEA, North America, and Europe.

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Key participants in the global loan servicing software market examined in the research include Applied Business Software, Inc., Neofin (SECURITY), Bryt Software LLC, C-Loans, Inc., Emphasys Software, FICS, Fiserv, Inc., Shaw Systems Associates, LLC, GOLDPoint Systems, Inc., Grants Management System (GMS), Graveco Software Inc., LoanPro, Margill, Nortridge Software, LLC, Q2 Software, Inc., The Constellation Mortgage Solutions, and TurnKey Lender.

The report evaluates these major players in the global loan servicing software industry. These players have executed a gamut of major business strategies such as the expansion of regional and customer bases, new product launches, strategic alliances, and joint ventures for expanding product lines across global markets. The market research report supports the performance monitoring of each segment, positioning of each product in respective segments, and the impact of new technology and product innovations on the overall market size. 

Key benefits for stakeholders

  • This report provides a quantitative analysis of the market segments, current trends, estimations, and dynamics of the loan servicing software market forecast from 2022 to 2031 to identify the prevailing loan servicing software market opportunities.
  • The market research is offered along with information related to key drivers, restraints, and opportunities.
  • Porter’s five forces analysis highlights the potency of buyers and suppliers to enable stakeholders make profit-oriented business decisions and strengthen their supplier-buyer network.
  • In-depth analysis of the loan servicing software market share assists to determine the prevailing market opportunities.
  • The report includes the analysis of the regional as well as global loan servicing software market trends, key players, market segments, application areas, and market growth strategies.

Loan Servicing Software Market Report Highlights

Component

  • Software
  • Service

Deployment Mode

  • On-premises
  • Cloud

Enterprise Size

  • Large Enterprises
  • Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)

Application

  • Commercial Loan Software
  • Loan Servicing Software
  • Loan Origination Software

End User

  • Banks
  • Credit Unions
  • Mortgage Lenders and Brokers
  • Others

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