CIUDADES DIGITALES:Iniciativa de Cisco, Intel, Informática El Corte Inglés y Microsoft
El Gobierno aprueba el proyecto de 'Ciudad Digital' en Ronda y nuevas actuaciones en León
THE DIGITAL HUB. Ciudad Digital Internacional en Dublin
MADRID COMUNIDAD DIGITAL. Desayuno de Trabajo de la AEC con el Vice-Consejero de Sanidad de la CAM, D. Arturo Canalda, quién destacó que la prioridad de los 2 años próximos estará centrada en mejorar la gestión de la Red Hospitalaria de Madrid
MADRID COMUNIDAD DIGITAL. La Comunidad de Madrid destina 700 millones a 200 proyectos para afianzar su liderazgo en nuevas tecnologías
ADMON. PUBLICA. T-Systems se adjudica por 87 millones los servicios centrales de carácter continuado de la Generalitat de Cataluña
Steria incrementó un 61% su beneficio en 2005
Generalitat de Cataluña adjudica a Colt y Soluziona la gestión y el alojamiento de su plataforma de comunicaciones
Steria First Quarter 2006 revenue: €303.2 million. Total growth: +9%
Steria Ibérica nombra a Rafael Muñoz como nuevo Director de Recursos Humanos
La Diputación de Tarragona aborda el Gobierno Electrónico de la mano de Steria
UK healthcare application provider iSoft is to sell its operations in Switzerland
Health service IT contractor in crisis. iSoft now worth less than when it floated in 2000
Soluziona implantará los Sistemas de Gestión de RRHH de los nuevos Hospitales de la Comunidad de Madrid
First-half 2006 Steria Group Results. Revenue was € 607.2 million, up 4%. Operating margin: 6.3%
El Gobierno de Madrid aprueba 10 M€ en ayudas para el desarrollo de las TI. Los beneficiarios serán empresas con proyectos innovadores
Steria Group. Third quarter 2006 revenue: €298.4 million. Organic growth: 10.9%
Indra desarrollará un sistema de diagnóstico digital en el Parque Tecnológico Walqa de Huesca
El Grupo Steria alcanza un beneficio bruto del 7,1% en 2006
Steria adds to its Group management team to support its growth.
El Ayuntamiento de Rivas Vaciamadrid se apoya en Steria para iniciar una estrategia de e-Administración basada en OpenSource
Steria 2006 Revenue: €1,262 million, Organic growth: 7.4%
06/02/2007
The organic growth in consolidated revenue in the fourth quarter 2006 was 10.7%.
Feb 05, 2007
  • Second half organic growth was 10.8%.
  • For the year as a whole, revenue grew by 7.4% in organic terms to €1,262 million driven by the performance of the three main geographic zones who each grew by 10%.

2006 consolidated revenue
In € million
 
12 months
2005
12 months
   2006
Growth
Revenue
1174.9
1262.0
7.4%
Change in perimeter
-
 
 
Change due to currency effect
+0.3
 
 
Pro-forma revenue
1175.2
1262.0
7.4%
 
2006 revenue by geographic zone
In € million
12 months
2005*
12 months
2006
Organic growth
France
483.2
533.2
10.3%
UK
263.5
289.7
9.9%
Germany
185.4
203.2
9.6%
Other Europe
243.0
236.0
-2.9%
Total
1175.2
1262.0
7.4%
 
2006 revenue by business lines
In € million
12 months
 2005*
12 months
2006
Organic growth
Managed Services
488.3
536.5
9.9%
Consulting and Systems Integration
686.9
725.5
5.6%
* Revenue on a like-for-like basis (2006 basis)
 
 
Activity in the fourth quarter of 2006
 
Fourth quarter 2006 revenue by geographic zone
In € million
4Q
2005*
4Q 2006
Organic growth
France
131.2
148.8
13.4%
UK
70.5
71.8
1.7%
Germany
48.2
60.2
24.8%
Other Europe
72.0
76.0
5.2%
Total
322.0
356.4
10.7%
* Revenue on a like-for-like basis (2006 basis)
 
In France, growth was strong (+13.4% organic) thanks to a dynamic progress in the two business lines: Managed Services +16.4% and Consulting and Systems Integration +11.4%.
 
In the UK, the 9.9% annual growth is consistent with the estimates made a year ago and reflects the actual growth trend, taking into account the start up of new contracts and the current sales dynamic. The quarterly variation reflects the timing of the call off of orders already received under framework contracts (as indicated when we published our third quarter revenue which showed a growth of 28.7%).
 
In Germany, fourth quarter revenue, which rose by 24.8%, benefited from: 1) a good market dynamic in all market segments, 2) the commercial investments which were made in the first half of 2006 notably in Public Services which grew significantly in the fourth quarter, 3) a favourable comparison basis owing to the exit from non-core activities in the second half of 2005.
In the Other Europe zone, fourth quarter organic growth was 5.2% despite a slight fall in hardware sales (-€0.5 million). The Belgium/Switzerland area made a significant contribution to this performance.
 
Outlook
The Group’s target in 2006 is to achieve an operating margin of over 7%.
As of December 31, 2006 Book to Bill[1]  was 1.1 compared to 1.0 for the same period in the previous year and indicates that we can expect another year of growth in 2007.
 
2006 results will be published on February 28, 2007 after the close of the market and presented on at the SFAF meeting on Thursday, March 1, 2007.