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Monday, June 8, 2009

Micro Technologies India Ltd:-Management speaks about future growth prospects

1)What is your outlook for the security solutions provider industry in India?

ans)Research agency Frost & Sullivan has predicted that the enterprise security solutions market in India will grow from USD 29.5 million this year to USD 142.5 million in FY`10. Micro Technologies feels that there is greater growth potential for the security market in India.

2)Recently, Micro Technologies has signed in for a business worth USD 5 million for its mobile controller product, Micro MCS (Mobile Controller System) from FN Systems, Japan and also signed an annual deal of USD 6 million with TWI International (P), a South Africa based MNC spread across 2 continents with a record of implementing productivity improvement programmer in vehicles worldwide. What is the key growth driver?

ans)Our products are much more advanced in technology than most security solutions offered in the market, and at the same time, user friendly. Initially, we tied up with TWI International for Micro VBB (Micro Vehicle Security System) only. But continued excellence in product performance gained the trust of the company, and the confidence to market other security products also. Therefore, the key growth driver lies not only in identifying opportunities, but also surpassing the expectations created.

3)The company reported an impressive performance for Q4 ended Mar. 31, 2009, the consolidated earnings per share at Rs 16.02, consolidated income for the year ended Mar. 31, 2009 at Rs 2.89 billion was up by 53.76% while consolidated net profit for the period at Rs 708.4 million was up by 30.31% over the previous year. What sort of financial performance could we expect for the forthcoming quarter and fiscal?

ans)The forthcoming quarter will see the successful completion of key elements of our strategy. The overseas business would add up to good revenue in the coming quarter. Further strong growth is expected from its business from Japan and South Africa Market.

4)There has been significant improvement in the operating margins in the recent quarters, any specific reasons for the same?

ans)The market has witnessed a steady decrease in business, and spending power. But Micro Technologies has the ability to identify the opportunities amidst the reluctant security industry and that has worked in our favour. For Micro Technologies, identifying the increased need for security and catering to the requirement, externally, as well as identifying the weaknesses in our business and eliminating them internally has worked in our favour. The increase in awareness of the need for security in the current scenario has also worked in our favour. Additionally, not wanting to lose out on the potential market, we reduced our prices by 30%, resulting in profit in all quarters.

5)Could you share with us your vision for Micro Technologies? What kind of a growth trajectory do you see the company taking going forward?

ans)To emerge as a Global Software Solution for customers in the field of Security & Life Support Systems is a vision for Micro Technologies.

6)How severe is the impact of the slowdown?

ans)In spite of current economic scenario, Micro Technologies has performed satisfactorily during the past quarter. Our security and tracking products are designed to meet real requirements of masses and are very cost effective. We have strong product pipeline and we are confident of sustaining our performance for the remaining year as well.

7)Would you like to convey any message to the shareholder and investors of the company?

ans)Micro Technologies is working hard to be recognized as one of the leading exporter in India and to be known as a company that strives for innovation and excellence.

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