Asseco Poland Value Stock - Dividend - Research Selection
Market price: 66,01 PLN
Asseco Poland SA Fundamental data and company key figures of the share
|Annual reports in PLN|
|Net operating cash flow||1.501.300.000|
|Free cash flow||1.181.299.968|
|Liabilities & Shareholders equity||14.598.000.000|
|Diluted shares outstanding||83.092.800|
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|Market Capitalization||1.424.072.064,00 USD|
|Raw Data Source||IFRS in Millionen PLN|
Description of the company
The Asseco Group is a federation of companies operating all over the world. They combine the competences of a software and service company and a producer of high-tech software. The Group cooperates with companies and institutions from key sectors of the economy, such as power industry, banking, insurance, telecommunication, public administration and health care.
An important element of the Asseco Group's development strategy is product and geographical diversification. Thanks to geographical diversification, the risk of negative impact of local factors on the Group's operations is significantly reduced, and a wide range of products protects Asseco from potential sector disruptions.
The Group distinguishes between various geographical regions in which its companies are located: Polish, Israeli, Central European, South-Eastern European, Western European and Eastern European markets.
The Asseco Group's strategy is focused on building long-term stakeholder value through organic growth and acquisitions. Owing to the Group's continuous geographical expansion and broadening of the range of products and services offered, the Asseco Group has been increasing revenues and operating profits for many years.
MARKET POSITION OF THE GROUP
Asseco is the sixth largest software producer in Europe1.
The Asseco Group is the second largest capital group in Poland, as well as an IT company with the second highest net profit and the highest spending on research and development (R&D). It is worth noting that in terms of profitability, another company from the Asseco Group - Asseco Business Solutions - is ranked 7th2.
On a sectoral basis, Asseco Poland is the leader or one of the leading suppliers in its key business segments.
The Group's value building is based on two pillars: the development of proprietary software and services and the increase in the scale of operations through acquisitions.
The Group's business model is based on building value by providing proprietary software and IT services to business customers and public administration based on the best experiences of the Group's companies.
80% of the Group's revenues are generated from the sales of proprietary software and services. The Asseco Group generates 80% of its sales abroad.
The Asseco Group's organic growth strategy is focused on the production and sale of proprietary software and IT services to customers on the global market. The Group's activity is based on sector-specific technological and business competencies. Asseco offers comprehensive solutions for entire sectors of the economy, and also sells standardized products for smaller companies.
DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ACQUISITIONS
The Asseco Group has been pursuing an effective acquisition policy in Poland and abroad for many years. Asseco Poland, the leading company within the Group, is among the most experienced companies in this area in Poland. Since 2004, the Company has successfully completed more than 60 acquisitions, gradually increasing the scale of its operations and geographical reach. Other Group companies, in particular the Israeli Formula Systems group, also pursue an active and effective acquisition policy.
In its acquisition activities, the Group is focused primarily on increasing its competence in key business sectors, entering new geographical markets or strengthening its position in the countries where it already operates.