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Sunday, May 31, 2009

Vishal Information Technologies:-Future growth prospects and outlook

Scripscan:Vishal Information Technologies Ltd
cmp:55
Traded in:Nse-bse

Story:The Rs 41-crore VITL is a subsidiary of Tutis Technologies. VITL provides IT-enabled services (ITeS) in the areas of data digitisation, e-publishing and digital library. These services fall under the non-voice category of the ITeS segment. VITL has a subsidiary called Basiz Fund Accounting Services, in which it holds 86.9% stake. Basiz provides sub-fund accounting and administration services to hedge funds, private equity firms, mutual funds and insurance companies in various countries including the US, UK, Hong Kong and Singapore.VITL derives more than 98% of its revenue from overseas clients. The UK is the company''s biggest market, contributing three-fourths to its total revenue. Among its three verticals, data archiving accounts for 60% of its topline, while e-publishing contributes 30%. The rest comes from Basiz. Though Basiz contributes to just over 10% of VTIL''s business, it provides a much better operating margin of 45%, compared to 25-30% for other verticals. Revenues from services, including archiving and e-publishing, are project-based and hence, lumpy in nature. To reduce its exposure to this lumpiness, VTIL is focusing its attention on print-on-demand (POD) and digital library services. These services are recurring in nature and hence, provide higher revenue visibility.VTIL''s topline and bottomline have shown a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 31% over a period of four years ended March ''08. Along with a sustained growth rate in sales and profit, the company has also maintained healthy margins. Its operating margin improved from 32% in FY04 to 36% in FY08. Its net margin has more or less remained flat at 30% during this period. However, compared to FY07, its net margin shrank by 220 basis points due to the imposition of minimum alternative tax (MAT) on IT companies.The company is working on a pilot project with Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB), UK, to provide digital library services. Further, it has tied up with leading book publishers in the UK and US for POD services. These two new lines of businesses, along with existing ones, are expected to maintain the company''s growth momentum. Investors with a two-year horizon can consider this scrip at dips.

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