|By Business Wire||
|July 3, 2014 07:30 AM EDT||
SoMedia Networks (TSX-V:VID), the pioneer of globally scalable cloud-based video production solutions, reported results for the three month period ending June 30, 2014.
The results for the three months ending June 30, 2014 reflect a 57% increase in sales over the previous quarter or 134% sales growth over the same period last year, which follows an increase of 36% in the first quarter of 2014. SoMedia continued to modify and improve its operations and focus on increasing market penetration of its Scalable Video solutions, including the development of a third sales channel, SoMedia Direct. The complete financial results for SoMedia are available at www.sedar.com.
Q2 2014 HIGHLIGHTS
- Achieved record sales of $251,702, an increase of 57% over the previous quarter, and an increase of 134% from the year-ago quarter. This builds on an increase of 36% in the first quarter
- Achieved year over year revenue growth of 139%, up 25% over the prior quarter
- Average order size by repeat resellers increased by 214% over the year ago-quarter and up 28% over the prior quarter as a result of focusing on higher-value existing and corporate clients
- Sales to existing resellers increased by 198% and by 65% to new resellers over the prior quarter
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
For the quarter
|Value of Orders||251,702||160,341||117,366||130,623||107,518||76,665|
|Average Order Value – Repeat Sale ($)||3,842||2,107||1,223||1,729||1,593||1,821|
|Average Order Value – Initial Sale ($)||2,848||2,033||764||739||796||1,143|
The measures described in this table are not intended to be measures that should be regarded as an alternative to other financial operating performance measures prepared in accordance with IFRS. Those measures do not have a standardized meaning prescribed by IFRS and may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other companies. They are provided to assist investors in determining the Company’s ability to generate profitability from its operations and to evaluate its financial performance. For further descriptions of these terms, please refer to either the Company’s Management’s Discussion and Analysis for the period or to the ‘Definition of Key Performance Indicators’ section at the conclusion of this document.
“We continue to expand our focus on providing video production solutions that emphasize our key competitive advantages of scale, volume and reach,” said George Fleming, CEO of SoMedia Networks. “As a result the Company is experiencing significant momentum and our sales and marketing initiatives have resulted in the Company's best quarter to date in terms of sales volume and revenue. The second quarter saw sales growth of 57% quarter over quarter after an increase of 36% in the first quarter. During the quarter revenues increased 25% from Q1 2014 and 139% over the year-ago quarter.”
“We are seeing strong demand across a variety of sectors as video content is embraced as an increasingly effective way to drive engagement by corporations. We believe our targeted sales and marketing initiatives focused on resellers and corporate accounts along with the expansion of SoMedia Direct integrations into new large SaaS marketing and business services platforms will drive accelerated growth going forward."
The Company delivered higher revenues with lower costs as a direct result of adjusting to demand and reducing operating costs.
|In Canadian Dollars ($)||
Six months ended June
December 31, 2013
Year ended December 31,
|Other operating expenses||866,078||2,196,597||861,430|
|Comprehensive Loss for the Period||(2,135,941)||(6,783,395)||(4,024,107)|
|Loss per share (basic and diluted)1||(0.04)||(0.36)||(0.37)|
|Long term financial liabilities||-||-||2,767,726|
|Cash dividends per share||-||-||-|
Note: (1) Reflects numbers after effecting the 4-for-1 Share Consolidation which was effective as of May 6, 2013.
At the end of the second quarter investor relations consultant Ryan Johnson resigned. The Company wishes to thank Mr. Johnson for his contribution to the Company.
About SoMedia Networks
SoMedia Networks, the creator of Scalable Video, has reengineered how businesses access video content creation, production and deployment. The cloud-based SoMedia Platform allows businesses, brands and media to easily order the production of custom video content at scale and volume, anywhere, on demand, with rapid turnaround, and at a fraction of current costs.
SoMedia provides Scalable Video as an integrated solution to corporate partners, as a resale solution through thousands of web marketing firms and directly to digital agencies and millions of SMBs across North America. To learn more visit: www.somedia.net.
DEFINITION OF KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
Value of Sales: The dollar value of videos sold during the period. A video is considered sold when a client makes an order and provides a deposit. Revenue is not recognized until the video is completed and approved by the client.
Average Order Value-Repeat Sales: A repeat sale is a sale made to a client with one or more prior purchases. The “Average order value – repeat sales” is the total of all orders received from repeat clients in the quarter, divided by the number of unique orders made by these clients.
Average Order Value - New sales: A new sale is a sale made to a client with no prior purchase history. The “Average order value - new sales” is the total orders received from new clients in the quarter, divided by the number of unique orders made by these clients.
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