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Clients’ bankruptcies pull down Wipro’s quarterly net

PTI
Published Apr 26, 2018, 12:34 am IST
Updated Apr 26, 2018, 12:34 am IST
Wipro had registered a profit of Rs 2,267 crore in the year-ago period, as per Indian accounting norms. 
The company claimed that its digital revenue grew 9 per cent sequentially and 27.6 per cent on a year-on-year basis in Q4 constituting 26.7 per cent of its revenue.
 The company claimed that its digital revenue grew 9 per cent sequentially and 27.6 per cent on a year-on-year basis in Q4 constituting 26.7 per cent of its revenue.

Bengaluru: Faring below market expectations, India’s third largest software services firm Wipro on Wednesday posted over 20 per cent decline in its consolidated profit at Rs 1,800.8 crore for the quarter ended March 2018.
Wipro had registered a profit of Rs 2,267 crore in the year-ago period, as per Indian accounting norms. 

“The total income stood at Rs 14,304.6 crore compared to Rs 15,045.5 crore in the January-March period of 2016-17, down by 4.9 per cent. For the year ended March 2018, Wipro’s profit fell six per cent to Rs 8,003.1 crore, while total income dipped 1.7 per cent to Rs 57,035.8 crore compared to the previous financial year,” the company said.

 

Addressing reporters, Wipro chief executive Abidali Neemuchwala said it entered Q4 with a confidence driven by the improvements it saw in “our deal win trajectory, uptick in client mining, our performance in digital and reduced headwinds in some of our businesses.”

“However, we are disappointed at the loss of momentum due to surprises arising out of bankruptcies faced by two of our clients with a revenue run rate of over $50 million, addition impact in the HPS business as more clients exit the exchange market and weakness in our communication BU.”

 

HPS run rate revenues have gone down by about $150 million annualised. 
“That is the quarterly impact of low $30 million. Client exit impact in both Q4 and we see a further impact in Q1 in the HPS business,” said Mr Neemuchwala. 

He was confident that the company would return to growth trajectory starting Q2 due to its strong deal wins and order booking coupled with the continued strength in digital. The company claimed that its digital revenue grew 9 per cent sequentially and 27.6 per cent on a year-on-year basis in Q4 constituting 26.7 per cent of its revenue.

 

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