Press release – Linköping, March 9, 2022 – International medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra’s (https://investor.sectra.com/) (STO: SECT B) radiology module for enterprise imaging, Sectra PACS, received a top ranking in customer satisfaction surveys in the US, Canada and Asia/Oceania. Satisfied customers are the foundation for the Group’s growth and the positive trend in the Imaging IT Solutions operations. Sectra’s other operating segments are affected by the pandemic to a greater extent, particularly Secure Communications. The consequences of the pandemic and the ongoing investments in the field of cybersecurity are expected to continue to have a negative impact on the earnings trend toward the end of the fiscal year, but have the potential to contribute to long-term expansion.
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Press release – Linköping, December 10, 2021 – International medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra (https://investor.sectra.com/) (STO: SECT B) noted sales growth and increased operating profit for the six-month period. Strategic investments to increase sales of cloud-based services are a top priority and recurring revenue has grown. Imaging IT Solutions continued to increase its sales after an unusually strong start to the year with early deliveries in the US, which are not expected to impact the outcome for the full fiscal year. The Group’s other operating areas were impacted by the pandemic to a greater extent, with significant variations between quarters and a limited ability to carry out certain product deliveries.
Press release – Linköping, September 3, 2021 – International medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra (https://investor.sectra.com/) (STO: SECT B) has significant variations in financial outcomes between periods and its earnings have traditionally been low during the first quarter of the year. This year, some deliveries, primarily in the US, were carried out earlier than planned and operating profit subsequently increased to SEK 90.1 million, which is high for a first quarter. This strong start to the year is not expected to affect the company’s outcome for the fiscal year as a whole. In the long term, the ongoing transition to new business models with cloud services and per-use payments could gradually reduce the variations between quarters.