DGAP-News: Solutiance AG with new record for incoming orders on a quarterly and fiscal year basis

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Solutiance AG with new record for incoming orders on a quarterly and fiscal year basis

12.01.2022 / 08:54
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AE Q4 2021 1,455 TEUR + 170% ggb. Q4 2020 (539 TEUR)

– + 159% ggb. Q3 2021 (561 TEUR)

– AE 2021 2,767 TEUR + 23% ggb. 2020 (2,248 TEUR)

– AE Operator Duties 2021 1.124 TEUR + 111% ggb. 2020 (533 TEUR)

– AE Dachmanagement 2021 1,627 TEUR – 5% ggb. 2020 (1.716 TEUR)

Solutiance AG, smart sourcing provider for the operation of real estate, achieved a new record in the 4th quarter of 2021 with a 170% increase in incoming orders compared to the same period in the previous year. Compared to the 3rd quarter of 2021, the increase to EUR 1,455 thousand (EUR 561 thousand) was similarly high with an increase of 159%. On a full-year basis, incoming orders grew by EUR 519 thousand or 23% to EUR 2,767 thousand compared to the 2020 financial year.

A not inconsiderable part of this was accounted for by business with new customers. A total of 13 new customers were won in 2021, 9 of them in the second half of the year alone. After the successful implementation of 2 pilot projects in roof management, 15 follow-up projects were commissioned by a new customer.

The operator obligations segment developed particularly well. After EUR 533 thousand, incoming orders in the 2021 financial year reached a volume of EUR 1,124 thousand, 111% above the previous year’s figure. An important milestone was reached with the acquisition of the first complete portfolio. An international investor had rolled out the Solutiance platform service across all buildings in its German portfolio.

The potential of the 3D growth strategy pursued by the Management Board with increases in the number of customers, the buildings under contract and the expansion of services per building was thus confirmed.

Jonas Enderlein, CEO of Solutiance AG: “The significant increase in incoming orders shows that we hit a nerve with our smartsourcing solutions. In times of omnipresent staff shortages, our services relieve important stakeholders in real estate operations more customers are going into the rollout phase. The latest figures show the potential of our business model, which has been covered by the veil of the pandemic over the past two years. “

In addition, a digitally supported sales strategy launched at the end of the second quarter of 2021 ensures an increase in the number of new customers.

Uwe Brodtmann, CEO of Solutiance AG: “With our new digital lead generation, we have significantly increased the number of times we agree on initial presentations. Given our quota of offers for presentations and orders for offers, I am confident that we will be able to use the The number of customers as well as the number of buildings per customer will grow. “

Current outlook for 2022

The order backlog for 2022 is EUR 1,453 thousand. At EUR 701 thousand, the services in the area of ​​operator obligations controlling comprise a significantly larger share than in the previous year. The roof management accounts for EUR 752 thousand. In addition, the usually three-year contract period already results in an order backlog of EUR 864 thousand for the following years.

Although the real estate industry is increasingly adapting to the pandemic situation and containment measures (lockdowns, contact restrictions,.) Are gradually being scaled back, the spread of new virus variants still poses a risk for the further stabilization of growth in sales and incoming orders. If the situation continues relaxed, the board is optimistic that it will be able to return to pre-pandemic growth rates.

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