Cybercom Group: Local Presence, Global Reach - Presentation of Year End Report 2009

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- Improved margins in Q4 and many new deals.
- 11% EBITDA margin for Q4 2009.
- 52.3% equity/assets ratio.
- Improved cost-efficiency.
- Growing proportion of Nordic public sector assignments.
- Breakthrough with the major operators in Asia and Middle East.
- Growth in Asia with 61%.
- Etc.

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  • China Mobile is the biggest telecom operator in the world. From Q1 to Q3 of 2009,its profit reached about 8.4 billion Euros. China Mobile has more than 500 million users excluding the users in Pakistan; China Mobile Wireless Music R&D center is located in ChengDu.In 2008,its revenue is more than1.8 billion Euros; For the time being, China Mobile Wireless Music R&D center has got about 5 million Euros’ budget to buy IT service from software outsourcing companies for a year; We have cooperated with China Mobile Wireless Music R&D center in Windows Mobile and Android software development; We will get more deal in Android software development because we are/should be the one and only vendor in this domain; We will get more deal in WM software development because the great majority of WM engineers are from Cybercom EADS is a global leader in aerospace, defence and related services. In 2008, EADS generated revenues of € 43.3 billion and employed a workforce of about 118,000. The Group includes Airbus as the leading manufacturer of commercial aircraft, with Airbus Military covering tanker, transport and mission aircraft, Eurocopter as the world's largest helicopter supplier and EADS Astrium, the European leader in space programmes from Ariane to Galileo. Its Defence & Security Division is a provider of comprehensive systems solutions and makes EADS the major partner in the Eurofighter consortium as well as a stakeholder in the missile systems provider MBDA. EnterCard is a leading credit-card issuer operating in the Nordic market. EnterCard was founded in 2005 by Barclays Bank - Europe's major credit-card company and global powerhouse in consumer finance together with Swedbank - the leading retail bank in the Swedish and Baltic region. EnterCard issues and manages credit cards on behalf of partners, and directly to consumers using our own consumer brand - re:member. Today EnterCard handles over 1.5 million credit cards in the Nordic region, and has 270 employees, based in Stockholm, Oslo, Trondheim, Copenhagen and Helsinki.
  • We are currently delivering projects to the market leader in seven countries in our regions, including the three biggest telecom markets in South and South East Asia. The market leaders on our list of currently ongoing projects include: Bharti Airtel (#1 in India) Telkomsel (#1 in Indonesia) VMS/Mobifone (#1 in Vietnam) CamGSM (#1 in Cambodia) Etisalat (#1 in United Arab Emirates) China Mobile (# 1 China) Also Tigio Tanzania MIC Tanzania Limited ( tiGO ) is the oldest wireless Telecommunications company in Tanzania with 13.6% market share in the country. MIC Tanzania Limited ( tiGO ) was formally known as Mobitel when started to offer mobile telecommunication services in Tanzania, it was then known as Buzz when the company started to use GSM network in 2001. Since 2006 the mobile phone company is commonly referred to as tiGO in the aftermath of the full control taken by Millicom International Cellular to the company The mobile company was the first licensed operator in the Tanzanian cellular market. tiGO,

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  • 1. Presentation of Year End Report 2009 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
  • 2.
    • 11.0% EBITDA margin for Q4 2009
    • 52.3% equity/assets ratio
    • Improved cost-efficiency
    • Growing proportion of Nordic public sector assignments
    • Breakthrough with the major operators in Asia and Middle East
    • G rowth in Asia with 61%
    • Wider geographic presence, three new sites
      • Katowice, New Delhi and San Jose
    • Action programme
    • Goodwill write-down
    • New share issue of SEK 100 million implemented
    • Offset issue
    • After year end
    • Adaption of operations in southern Sweden, layoffs announced affecting 80 people
    Improved margins in Q4 and many new deals 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
  • 3.
    • Market still in recession, but some sun is shining through
    • Nordic market more positive and buying pattern is foreseen to change in 2010
    • Important to follow customers to their strategic sites
    • Market in general more and more competitive
    • Price pressure stabilized
    • Global sourcing capabilities mandatory in private frame agreements
    • Mobile services is the fastest growing area in IT sector
      • Google, Palm, Blackberry, Facebook, Apple
      • Smart phones is main growth sector for the mobile handset manufacturers
      • Increases ARPU and data traffic volume for mobile network operators
      • Suppliers can sell more upgrades @ new speed levels
    The market 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
  • 4.
    • New customers in Q4 include the European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company, EnterCard, HSB, Kapsch TrafficCom, and Scalado
    • Major assignments
      • Android project with China Mobile Wireless Music R&D centre
      • Telecom interoperability field tests for mobile network in Poland
      • Test of mobile platforms in India, Bangalore
      • Design of next-generation radio base station from a leading network equipment provider, Poland
    • Partnership with Nokia Qt
      • Qt development assignments won from customers in the US, from LG Nortel in Korea and Sunniwell in China
    • Preferred supplier to Ericsson and Sony Ericsson
    Many new deals 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
  • 5.
    • Increase in public sector in the Nordics 2009
    • New agreements with
      • Danish National IT and Telecom Agency, Elsparefonden and the Danish Tax Agency
      • YLE (Finland’s public service company for radio and television), Itella (postal services) Helsingin Energia and City of Tampere
      • Swedish Board of Agriculture, Posten (postal services), the Swedish Board for Study Support, The National Government Employee Pensions Board and the Swedish Social Insurance Agency, The National Board of Health and Welfare
    • In 2010 many outsourcing contract will be released to the market
    • Public sector business is stable and long term
    • Frame agreement prerequisite for business
    The importance of public sector 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
  • 6.
    • Major breakthrough in winning new clients in emerging markets
    • Delivering projects to the market leader in six countries in Asia and Middle East, including the three biggest telecom markets in South and South East Asia
    • Long relations with Millicom and running projects for Tigo in Africa
    Successful sales in emerging markets 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
  • 7. Increase in public sector and stability in telecoms 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
  • 8. Local presence - Global reach Year End Report 2009 Cybercom USA Cybercom Sweden Cybercom Finland Cybercom Denmark Cybercom Poland Cybercom Romania Cybercom MEA JVC Cybercom Datamatics Cybercom Singapore Cybercom China Cybercom Estonia 2010-02-10
  • 9. Full year 2009 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
    • Goodwill write-down of SEK 280 million
    • New share issue of SEK 100 million
    • Offset share issue of SEK 27.7 million
    • Restructuring costs totalling SEK 28.2 million
    2009 2008 Sales MSEK 1 751.6 1 781.1 EBITDA 144.1 193.8 EBITDA % 8.2% 10.9% EBIT MSEK -177.7 156.0 EBIT % -10.1% 8.8% Underlying EBIT 7.8% 9.1 Underlying EBITDA 10.2 11.2
  • 10. Q4 2009 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
    • Visible effect from cost-efficiency programs
      • Improved margins EBIT and EBITDA
    Q4 2009 Q4 2008 Sales MSEK 446.3 484.2 EBITDA 49.3 50.6 EBITDA % 11% 10.5% EBIT MSEK 38.7 40.8 EBIT % 8.7% 8.4%
  • 11. EBITDA, rolling 12 months 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
  • 12. Financials 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
    • Although Cybercom has substantial goodwill and bank loans, this is an effect of a fundamentally very positive development .
    auSystems 700 employees Plenware 550 employees
  • 13. Loan situation is temporary 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
    • With a continued strong operating cash flow, Cybercom is amortizing the bank loans at a considerable pace.
  • 14.
    • Qt for Nokia S60
    • Mobile music app for China Mobile
    • Mobile Wallet
    • Automotive App Store
    Cybercom in MWC Barcelona 2010 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
    • T-Mobile Menu
    • PlayNow Arena
    • TrackID
    • Android apps
    • UI concept demos
    • Cybercom’s stand in Hall 1E19
    • 15-18 February
    • Welcome!
  • 15.
    • Strong focus on profitability and cash flow
    • Benefit from the recession and take market shares by being leaner, faster and even more sales and market oriented
    • Leverage from our core offerings and a specialized, scalable global delivery organization
    • Strengthen company presence on existing markets and continue to expand outside the Nordics through customer projects and selective recruitments
    • Increase brand visibility for customers, present and future employees
    The simple way forward 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009
  • 16. 2010-02-10 Year End Report 2009