Press Releases - 9 May 2016
ELCA’s financial results for 2015 show ongoing growth
Swiss IT company enjoys continued success under new management
Swiss company ELCA Informatique SA has seen a successful end to the 2015 financial year with an increase in turnover of more than 5 per cent, whose 8.2% in IT services well ahead of the market growth rate – proof that ELCA, one of the largest independent Swiss IT companies, is maintaining its growth path under the leadership of new CEO Cédric Moret.
”We have invested significantly both in growing our business-model and being an attractive employer. We never hired as many talents as we did in 2015”.
In the 2015 financial year (ending 31 December 2015), ELCA continued its growth trend of recent years with an increase in turnover of 5.2 per cent. With a total of about 700 employees in seven offices (Lausanne, Geneva, Berne, Zurich, Madrid, Paris and Ho-Chi-Minh) in four countries (Switzerland, Spain, France, Vietnam) the privately-owned company owes its independence to broad diversification, both in terms of industries and size of clients, as well as to technology expertise and solutions. ELCA develops modern business and technology solutions for companies of all sizes, from all industries, in all regions of Switzerland. The company’s largest proportion of revenue comes from the public, banking and insurance, and the transport and logistics sectors.
SecuTix SA, an international event and ticketing SaaS subsidiary, can also look back on a very positive year, with an increase in sales of 9 per cent and the acquisition of 30 new clients. Renowned new clients such as the Comédie de Genève, the Nestlé Alimentarium museum, the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne and the FIFA World Football Museum all rely on the SecuTix 360° comprehensive ticketing solution.
“Our strategy to continuously build deeper industry-specific know-how, along with our commitment to offer solutions that create real value-added for customers pays off more and more” says Cédric Moret, CEO of the ELCA Group. ”We have invested significantly both in growing our business-model and being an attractive employer. We never hired as many talents as we did in 2015” explains Moret.