Letzte Woche präsentierte der 3D-Drucker Hersteller seine Finanzergebnisse für das Q3 2014.
Das israelisch/amerikanische Unternehmen kann im Vergleich zum Vorjahr ein Wachstum von 35% verzeichnen. Damit betrug der Umsatz 204$ Millionen. Ein großer Anteil an dem Wachstum trägt die Tochter Makerbot. Die Consumer Brand von Stratasys konnte ein Wachstum von 80% im Vergleich mit dem Q3 2013 verzeichnen. Negativ wirkt sich jedoch der Kauf von GrabCAD aus. Ohne dem würde Stratasys ein Wachstum von 63% verzeichnet werden.
David Reis, CEO von Stratasys:
“Our organic revenue growth in the third quarter was an impressive 35%, as demand for our industry-leading products and services remained very strong. We believe this trend validates our leadership position, supports our strategic initiatives, and reflects favorably on the contributions made by our recent acquisitions. As MakerBot sales continue to impress, sales of our higher-margin products remained a key growth driver during the third quarter, which had a positive impact on margins during the period. Overall, we are very pleased with our third quarter results, as we continued to recognize strong demand across a wide range of products and applications.”
Hier kann der komplette Earing Call vom 05. November angehört werden:
Die kompletten Resultate und die Business Highlights:
Q3-2014 Financial Results Summary:
- Revenue for the third quarter of 2014 was $203.6 million, representing a 62% increase, and 35% on an organic basis, over non-GAAP revenue of $126.1 million reported for the same period last year.
- GAAP net loss for the third quarter was $31.3 million, or ($0.62) per basic share, compared to a net loss of $6.6 million, or ($0.16) per basic share, for the same period last year.
- Non-GAAP net income was $30.1 million for the third quarter, or $0.58 per diluted share, compared to non-GAAP net income of $20.0 million, or $0.45 per diluted share, for the same period last year.
- Third quarter per share calculations relative to last year were impacted by the issuance of approximately 5.2 million new ordinary shares in the September 2013 public offering, which raised a net amount of approximately $463 million; the approximate 3.9 million new ordinary shares issued in consideration for the acquisition of MakerBot in August of 2013; and the approximately 1.2 million shares issued in consideration for the acquisitions of Solid Concepts and Harvest Technologies in July and August of 2014, respectively.
- Operating expenses expanded materially in the third quarter over last year driven by the addition of expenses from Solid Concepts, Harvest Technologies and MakerBot, as well as from significant incremental investments to support new product initiatives and the company’s accelerating growth.
- The company invested a net amount of $19.2 million in R&D projects (non-GAAP basis) during the third quarter, representing 9.4% of revenue; R&D expense was $23.4 million on a GAAP basis.
- The company utilized $10.7 million in cash for operations during the third quarter, driven primarily by one-time employee bonuses and retention payments related to recent acquisitions; and currently holds $459 million in cash and cash equivalents, and short-term bank deposits, amounting to approximately $9 per share. The cash balance includes a $50 million drawdown on the company’s revolving debt facility.
- Non-GAAP EBITDA for the third quarter amounted to $40.0 million; and EBITDA based on GAAP net income was ($22.2) million.
- The company sold 10,965 3D printing and additive manufacturing systems during the quarter, and on a combined pro forma basis, a cumulative 110,494 systems worldwide through September 30, 2014.
Recent Business Highlights:
- Completed the acquisitions of Solid Concepts and Harvest Technologies, and began the integration process to create a leading strategic platform to meet customers’ additive manufacturing needs through an expanded technology and parts services business offering.
- Announced and completed the acquisition of GrabCAD, a provider of cloud-based collaboration tools for designers and engineers to manage, share and view CAD files. The addition of GrabCAD is expected to drive improved communication and ease of use throughout the 3D printing process, enhancing accessibility to the company’s 3D printing solutions.
- Observed broad-based product demand, with particularly strong sales of high-end FDM and PolyJet systems and materials, including strong shipments of the Objet1000.
- Introduced multiple new systems and materials, including two new Fortus FDM systems as well as a significant expansion of our successful Connex line of multi- material 3D printers.
- Recognized strong demand for MakerBot branded desktop 3D printers, and expanded the MakerBot sales channel through the inclusion of Home Depot and the creation of MakerBot Europe.
- Announced a significant expansion of the program to place uPrint 3D printers in 100 UPS store locations across the U.S., following strong demand for their in-store 3D printing services.
- Significantly expanded the manufacturing capacity of the company’s PolyJet product line through the opening of a new facility in Kiryat Gat, Israel.
- Reached a significant milestone with over 100,000 cumulative systems shipped on a combined company basis.