Black Box Ltd. Q4 FY24 Results

Chandigarh, 01st June 2024: Black Box Limited (BSE: 500463) (NSE: BBOX), announced its audited financial results for the quarter and year ended 31st March 2024.

Large Deal Wins in FY24 – Focus continues to be on large deals 

Transaction Value Clients
$105.4 Mn Data Center and In-Building 5G/OnGo solutions for an American online social

media and social networking service

$21.1 Mn On Demand and Connected Building solutions for an American multinational

corporation and technology company

$7.3 Mn Digital Workplace, Audio Video, and On Demand solutions for a major American

automobile enterprise

$6.6 Mn Data Center solutions for a short-form video hosting service provider
$5.9 Mn Connected Building and Enterprise Networking solutions for a Mexican

multinational food company

$5.7 Mn Enterprise Networking, Connected Building, and Digital Workplace solutions for

an American Biotech major

$5.4 Mn Enterprise Networking and Connected Building solutions for a renewable power

generation and distribution company

Commenting on the results and performance Mr. Sanjeev Verma, Whole Time Director, Black Box said, “For FY24, we have been exiting low value and long tail customers which led to a miss on our revenue guidance, however, we were able to achieve our EBITDA guidance and PAT was very close to lower end of the guided range. Our core operations have shown remarkable strength, with significant growth in key areas that underscore the robustness of our business model. The slight deviation from our forecast does not detract from the progress we have made and the solid foundation we have built. With robust pipeline and a strong order book, we are confident in the resilience of our business model. As each of our business segments gains momentum, our belief in delivering improved performance in the upcoming years is further reinforced.”

Mr. Deepak Kumar Bansal, Executive Director and Global Chief Financial Officer of Black Box, commented, “The growth in topline was affected due to delays in decision-making, resulting in a hold-up of new orders in the second half of FY24. However, our strong focus on EBITDA and profitability over the last few quarters has begun to show positive outcomes, as evidenced by a 59% YoY growth in EBITDA and 5.8 times YoY increase in our profit after tax for FY24. We are optimistic that this trend will continue, enhancing both margins and overall profitability, and we are confident in achieving strong performance in fiscal year 2025 and beyond.”

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