Pureprofile beats revenue and profit expectations

Chris Pash
By Chris Pash | 26 August 2021

ASX-listed martech Pureprofile posted a 24% increase in revenue to $30 million for the full year to June.

Profit was 128.6% higher at $2.81million.

And the compay had a strong start to the new financial year, with revenue in July of $3.1 million, up 50% compared to the same month last year.

CEO Martin Filz said "Q4 was the best growth quarter we have seen in the company's history, closing out a great 2021 financial year.

"With strong results across each business area, an engaged, motivated and rewarded team, excellent customer feedback, and another positive cash flow." 

Outlook: "Looking forward, the company will continue to execute on all three pillars of its corporate strategy: expanding our panels and data, growing our SaaS client base, and continuing to build our Data & Insights and Media offerings."

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