(AOF) – SQLI reported a net profit of 2.6 million euros in the first half, compared to 2.8 million euros in the first half of 2021. Current operating profit came to 11.2 million euros. euros, against only 6.6 million euros a year earlier. The margin improved by 3.2 points to 9%. At the end of June 2022, consolidated revenue thus reached 124.5 million euros, up 9.4%. At constant exchange rates and in the absence of a scope effect, billings were up 8%.
Regarding its outlook, the European digital services group has set itself the objective of maintaining the trajectory of revenue growth and steady growth in profitability, as in the first half of 2022, while remaining vigilant. in the face of macroeconomic tensions and their potential repercussions.
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