Visma achieves 28% growth in Annualised Repeatable Revenue (ARR) in Q1, reaching € 1 744m
Acquisition activity was also high with 15 companies joining the Visma family.
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Summary – Q1, 2022
Notable results for Visma
Annualised Repeatable Revenue (ARR) grew 28 % year over year to reach € 1 744 million Visma’s revenue grew 18 % compared to Q1 last year, to € 579 million SaaS remains a key driver of revenue growth, with combined revenue from Saa
Visma releases 2021 annual report, enters third decade of steady, year-over-year growth
2021 revenue increased 20% to EUR 2,1 billion, while EBITDA grew 28% to EUR 590 million. Visma also set a new record for acquisitions with 42 companies joining the Visma family.
Visma closes 2021 with a strong performance in Q4, with Annualised Repeatable Revenue (ARR) growing 25,6% to € 1 649m
Total revenue for Q4 grew 18,0% to € 564 million, while EBITDA increased 10,1% to € 150 million.
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All business areas had double-digit growth
Compared to the same period last year, all of Visma’s business areas had healthy, double-digit growth.
Visma Nordics grew by 30%; Visma Benelux by 15%; Visma Custom Solutions by 15%; and Visma’s geographical
Visma has another strong quarter, increasing annualised revenue by 21,2% to reach EUR 1,591m
Total revenue for Q3 grew 17,9% to EUR 505 million, while EBITDA increased 15,8% to EUR 166 million.
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All business areas continued steady growth
Compared to Q3 of last year, all of Visma’s business areas grew substantially. Visma Nordics grew by 18%; Visma Benelux by 21%; Visma Custom Solutions by 14%; and Visma’s geographical expansion areas in Central and Eastern
Visma attracts new investors as part of a strategic expansion of the shareholder base, valuing the business at €16 billion
Leading institutional investors Aeternum Capital, Government Pension Fund Norway (Folketrygdfondet), Vind, and GIC to invest in Visma.
Visma, a leading provider of business-critical software to private and public companies in Europe, today announces that it has expanded its shareholder base through a secondary sale to leading institutional investors: Aeternum Capital, Government Pension Fund No
Visma continues strong momentum with 18% top-line growth in the first quarter of 2021
Total revenue reached EUR 491 million, while EBITDA increased 25,0% to EUR 134 million.
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All business areas demonstrated strong growth
Visma began 2021 with an updated structure including four key business areas, all of which saw strong growth compared to Q1 of 2020. Visma Nordics grew by 14,4%; Visma Benelux by an impressive 29,6%; Visma Custom Solutions by 15,0%; and
Visma releases 2020 annual report: Fast Forward—Software for society
In an unconventional year, Visma achieved excellent growth and record acquisition pace in 2020. Total revenue increased 26% to NOK 18 675 million, while EBITDA grew 35% to NOK 5 367 million.
Visma finishes the year with another strong quarter of growth; delivers 24% increase in Q4 revenue
Total revenue grew 23,9% to reach NOK 5 142 million, while EBITDA increased 29,4% to NOK 1 464 million.
Visma continues strong growth with 26% increase in Q3 revenue and record acquisition pace
Total revenue grew 25,5% to reach NOK 4 626 million, while EBITDA increased 37,7% to NOK 1 557 million.
Visma’s Q2 revenue increases 27% thanks to continued high pace of acquisitions and new cloud customers
Total revenue grew 26,6 percent to reach NOK 4 657 million, while EBITDA increased 40,4 percent to NOK 1 276 million.
Visma Annual Report 2019: Software redefining tomorrow
2019 was another year of high growth for Visma. Total revenue increased 31,9% to NOK 15 028 million, while EBITDA grew 26,6% to NOK 4061.
Q1 results are in: Visma’s revenue increases 27% as cloud software keeps businesses running remotely
Q1 2020 was another productive quarter for Visma. Total revenue grew 26,9 percent to reach NOK 4 400 million, while EBITDA increased 31,0 percent to NOK 1 147 million.
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Growth continues in new division structure
Visma’s new division structure was implemented in Q1, combining the former SMB and Enterprise divisions into two strong geographically based divisions, Vis
Quarterly Report, Q4 2019: Visma delivers 22 percent increase in revenue as the strong growth in cloud computing continues
Q4 2019 was once again an excellent quarter for Visma, with continued top-line revenue growth and profit growth. Total revenue grew 21,9 percent to reach NOK 4 197 million, while EBITDA grew 24,3 percent to NOK 1 149 million.
Q3 report: Revenue increase of 27 percent and continued strong momentum in the Netherlands
Visma continues to deliver excellent top-line revenue and continued profit growth in the third quarter. Total revenue growth was 27,9 percent while EBITDA grew strongly to reach 21,3 percent over Q3 2018 to reach NOK 1 131 million.
Visma reaches NOK 10.4 billion in cloud annualised revenue in the second quarter
Visma had another strong quarter with excellent top-line revenue and continued profit growth. Revenue was NOK 3,678 million, an increase of 43.6 percent, while EBITDA grew by 36.1 percent over Q2 2018 to reach NOK 908 million. Visma made two new acquisitions in the Netherlands during the quarter.
Visma annual report 2018: Opportunities ahead with leading cloud software
2018 was a year of European expansion for the Visma group; Visma has gone from being a strong Nordic player to being the largest cloud software provider in Northern Europe. The company experienced strong growth across all segments, and cloud computing continues to be a key driver for growth.
Q1 report 2019: Visma continues expansion in the Netherlands and reaches NOK 10 billion in cloud annualised revenue
Revenues in Visma's three largest divisions continued high, with double-digit growth year-on-year. The SMB Division grew revenues by 17 percent, Enterprise grew by an impressive 78 percent and Custom Solutions achieved 48 percent growth compared to the first quarter last year. SaaS and SaaS transactions continue to be the strongest drivers of organic growth in Visma, and cloud annualised revenue g
Strong growth and expansion plans for Admincontrol
Admincontrol, leading provider of Board Portals and Virtual Data Rooms and part of the Visma Group, is pleased to announce strong growth in 2018. The company is now expanding with more staff and a new London office.
Quarterly report Q4, 2018
Visma had another strong quarter with excellent top-line revenue and continued profit growth. Visma made two strategic acquisitions in the Netherlands, its third-largest core geography and largest total addressable market. Visma also announced its sponsorship of Dutch professional cycling and speed-skating teams Jumbo-Visma.