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Saturday, November 21, 2009

Omnitech Infosolutions:Future growth outlook and prospects,buy/hold/sell,analysis and recomendation

Scripscan:Omnitech Infosolutions Ltd

Story:Omnitech Infosolutions (OIS), incorporated in 1990 by engineering graduates, is a niche player offering business availability services including infrastructure management, application management and software testing; business continuity services comprising disaster recovery management and disaster recovery consulting and auditing; offshore-centre services using onsite, offshore and built-operate-transfer (BOT) models; systems integration solutions, and framework solutions and products such as Omni Manage IT, Omni Audit, Omni Transport and Omni Monitor. OIS has 150 active customers currently. Some of them include Kotak group of companies, Birla Sunlife, Philips, Grindwell Norton, Accenture, Patni etc. OIS derives 53% of its revenues from top 10 customers. About 66% of OIS’s business comes from repeat customers.In its two joint ventures (JV) in Bahrain, OIS holds 24.5% in DRC Gulf LLC and 32.75% in Omnitech Gulf Technologies WLL. DRC Gulf provides data-storage-centre services among other things. Through Omnitech TSB Company, in which it holds a 67% stake, Omnitech has entered into a JV with Sanwell Company from Japan for IT consultancy, software development for embedded systems, infrastructure management with remote management services and performance management services (testing) for telecom, banking, financial services and manufacturing. Looking out for acquisition of about US$ 10 million -15 million in the infrastructure management services (IMS) space, Omnitech has shortlisted a few companies in the US and UK.For FY09, Omnitech reported 30% rise in net sales to Rs 171.42 cr. and bottom line stood at Rs 33.09 cr.(up 30%) cr. On a equity of 13.13 cr. (Promoter stake- 54.45%), the EPS stood at Rs 25.2 and the dividend declared was 12%. For the half year ended Sept. 2009, OIS has posted net profit of Rs 16.62 cr. (down 7%) on net sales of Rs 93.75 cr.(up 7%). OIS’s order book position stands at Rs 115-120 cr. and for the financial year 2009-10 it expects to grow by 15-20% organically.OIS is establishing itself as a dominant player in the infrastructure management, disaster recovery and business continuity space. OIS's infrastructure management and application management coupled with performance management and software testing services which have better margins could drive its revenues and profitability going forward. OIS is well placed to tap the opportunities in the IT services and product domain with both organic and inorganic growth in infrastructure management and software testing services going ahead. At current market price of Rs 120, Omnitech stock trades at 4.7 times FY09 earnings(Rs 25.2) and at 4.4 times expected FY10E earnings(Rs 27). Investors can start accumulating the stock at current levels and add more on declines for decent returns of 40%-50% over the next 6-8 months.

source:sanjay chabria

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