Performance Forecast

Consolidated Performance Forecast (Fiscal 2020)


Unit Fiscal 2019
actual results
(Year ended March
31, 2019)
Fiscal 2020
forecast
(Year ending March
31, 2020)
YOY changes
Net sales Millions of yen 420,769 425,000 +1.0%
Operating income Millions of yen 38,043 40,000 +5.1%
Recurring profit Millions of yen 38,603 40,500 +4.9%
Net income attributable to parent company Millions of yen 26,034 27,100 +4.1%
Net income per share Yen 307.83 323.02 +4.9%

Net Sales
We will strive to expand business through accurate responses to the IT investment needs of our clients and absorb the impact from the sale of subsidiaries. These efforts should lead to higher net sales year on year.

Operating Income
Through continued efforts to utilize the effect of high sales and improved productivity, we will absorb the higher cost burden on investments to fuel structural transformation, including a shift to the prior investment approach. We should see a year-on-year increase in operating income.

Net Income Attributable to Owners of the Parent Company
An increase in operating income and net extraordinary income should deliver year-on-year improvement in net income attributable to owners of the parent company.

Consolidated Performance Forecast by Business Segment (Fiscal 2020)

Net sales


Unit Fiscal 2019
actual results
(Year ended March
31, 2019)
Fiscal 2020
forecast
(Year ending March
31, 2020)
YOY changes
Service IT Business Millions of yen 117,617 120,900 +2.8%
BPO Millions of yen 36,231 31,800 -12.2%
Financial IT Business Millions of yen 106,436 108,100 +1.6%
Industrial IT Business Millions of yen 189,595 192,500 +1.5%
Other business Millions of yen 8,982 9,200 +2.4%
Intersegment elimination/adjustments Millions of yen -38,092 -37,500 -

Note: Sales by segment in the above chart include intersegment sales.

Operating income


Unit Fiscal 2019
actual results
(Year ended March
31, 2019)
Fiscal 2020
forecast
(Year ending March
31, 2020)
YOY changes
Service IT Business Millions of yen 8,519 9,200 +8.0%
BPO Millions of yen 1,843 2,000 +8.5%
Financial IT Business Millions of yen 12,797 13,400 +4.7%
Industrial IT Business Millions of yen 14,777 15,600 +5.6%
Other business Millions of yen 961 800 -16.8%
Intersegment elimination/adjustments Millions of yen -854 -1,000 -

Service IT Business
The segment will take advantage of IT investment activities in growth fields, such as the cloud and networks, as well as expanding payment settlement business and ERP demand to absorb the cost burden of prior investments. This should lead to higher segment sales and operating income.

BPO
Despite a year-on-year drop in sales due to the sale of subsidiaries, the segment should achieve higher operating income, reflecting efforts to improve profitability through restructuring based on thorough profit management and a shift toward high-level, combined BPO services.

Financial IT Business
Despite reactionary drop in sales associated with large projects, segment operating income should increase year on year, reflecting efforts to strengthen ties to core clients, engage in value-added services and improve productivity.

Industrial IT Business
The segment will absorb the reactionary drop from large projects with high-value-added services underpinned by consultations and enhanced upstream operations and by boosting productivity, which should lead to higher sales and income year on year.


The above performance forecast is based on information available to management at the time of preparation and certain assumptions that management believes to be reasonable. Such statements are not guarantees of future performance. Actual performance and other achievements may differ considerably from expectations due to various factors.

Update : August 1, 2019, 15:55

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