CARL Software announces growth of more than 15% for its 2013 financial year with a turnover of almost 10 million euros (9,776K vs. 8,469K in 2012).
The Lyon-based company, founded in 1985, recorded an increase in sales for the 17th consecutive year and consolidated its position as the number one in France in the GMAO and asset management market (comparing the CA France of companies specialized in this sector).
This also allows the publisher to integrate in 2014 the Truffle 100, a small club of the top 100 French software companies in all sectors.
Profitability remains a strength of the company (between 6 and 10% net profitability over the last 9 years).
With 17 years of uninterrupted growth, CARL Software is part of a sustainable outlook: established profitability, low debt, strong research and development investment, readable and sustainable product policy, shareholder action and a stable management team.
"In an uncertain economic environment, the most important thing for a company that is teaming up is to be reassured about the future of its investment. To do this, it is important to measure the level of profitability, debt, transparency and financial reliability, but also the stability of the management team of the publisher with whom we wish to work," says Eric BONNET, CEO and founder.
In 2013, CARL Software attracted new users in all business areas: Bayer, Groupama, Auchan, HEC Paris, Colas Rail, Omyacolor, Microturbo, Egis Rail, Vernet, Alliance Automotive, Grimaud, Roche Laboratories, Coved (SAUR Group), CH Arcachon, etc.
In 2014, to cope with the growth of its workforce, CARL Software launched the construction of a new building that will host its head office as early as next year.
Find out more: www.carl-software.fr