Aricent Technologies (Holding) Limited Unlisted Shares | Latest Shares Price & Updates
Aricent Technologies was founded in 1991 and runs its operations from its office in Gurugram, Haryana in India. Aricent Technologies designs and develops communication software for the communications industry. It offers middleware, consumer and enterprise applications, network management, service provisioning, and billing mediation. The company was a step-down subsidiary of Altran group, a listed entity formed and registered under the laws of France.
Capgemini SE acquired Altran Technologies SAS in 2020 which was the parent company of Aricent Technologies since 2018. The Capgemini India group holds 98.25% stake in Aricent Technologies holding Limited as of March 2021.
The acquisition of Aricent in 2018 by the Altran group and the subsequent acquisition of Altran group, including the Company, enabled Capgemini to strengthen its competencies and solutions in digital, based on intellectual property developed by Aricent, extended over time and benefiting from a strategic positioning on emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, cognitive systems and the Internet of Things (IoT).
The Company provides outsourced product development, product support services and licensable software frameworks and solutions. The Company’s service offerings provide a comprehensive product life-cycle services for communications networks, as well as connected devices, applications and mobile services. The Company offers competitive ER&D services, providing businesses with diversified and global expertise while meeting the highest quality standards. This solution offers great flexibility and is adaptable to the specific needs, level of maturity and geographical footprint of each client.
The principal line of business of Aricent Technologies (Holdings) Limited (‘the Company’) has been, and its focus and core capability continue to be, software engineering services and solutions for the communications industry. The Company provides a comprehensive portfolio of innovation capabilities that combine customer insights, strategy, design, software engineering and systems integration that enables its clients to develop differentiated user experiences while at the same time accelerating time-to-market and optimizing service operations.
Aricent technologies story
1991: Established as Hughes Software Systems (HSS) by KV Ramani in Nehru Place, New Delhi. It acquired Frog Design for approximately $25 million.
2004: Flextronics bought HSS to form Flextronics Software Systems and merged with Future Software headquartered in Chennai.
2005: Expanded development operations in Kyiv, Kherson and Vinnytsia in Ukraine; Randburg, South Africa; and Beijing, China. Was delisted from India’s stock market in preparation for sale.
2006: Was acquired by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Sequoia Capital as part of a $900 million sale of software companies. The transaction represented the largest private equity buy-out in Indian history.
2007: Acquired Datalinx; launched service provider offerings.
2008: The Family Office, a multi-family office company with headquarters in Bahrain also joined in funding Aricent.
2011: Rebranded to Aricent Group.
2011: Opened engineering and development center for testing and wireless technologies in Vietnam.
2013: Rebranded to Aricent.
2015: Acquired SmartPlay Technologies, a semiconductor service based firm for $180 million. As part of the deal, SmartPlay’s 1,200-plus staff will join Aricent’s staff.
2018: Altran acquires Aricent.
2020: Altran North America is renamed Altran Americas; Capgemini acquires Altran Group in April 2020.
|Symbol:||Aricent Technologies (Holdings) Limited|
|Face Value (₹):||10|
|Demat Status:||NSDL & CDSL|
|Lot Size:||20 Shares|
Products & Services
Aricent is a global design and engineering company with creative aspects for their customers in the digital era. They are always ready to help our clients lead into the future by solving their most complex and mission critical issues through customized solutions. Aricent always supports our clients and companies to do new things and scale with new intention. We always bring differentiated value and capability in focused industries to help transform products, brands and companies.
Aricent, an engineering and global designing company. It’s has orientation since 1991 and currently, offering a wide range of services to its customers across the World.
- Digital Design Services
- Software Product Development
- System and Silicon Development
- Testing Services
- support-services Product Services and Support
- Product Sustenance and Maintenance
Board of Directors :
Continued growth in artificial intelligence, big data analytics, and cloud computing. Big data and AI are the keys for future growth. Also internet security and privacy are prioritized nowadays as the world is going digital, leading to increased security concerns like cyber-attacks.
Rising demand from businesses across all IT segments, with a pronounced acceleration in demand for cloud services, providing considerable monetization opportunity to the company in the future as it is already working in the segment.
The compound annual growth rate of the industry in the period 2021–26 is predicted to be 8.5%. Growth will be driven by increased digitization alongside increased consumer expectations of digital services and infrastructure. Additionally, the continued push towards remote and distance working will further incite demand in the market through increased investment in digital services and infrastructure.
Key Business Highlights
Aricent is a leading global engineering services and software company, with specialized expertise in the communications, semiconductors and software market segments.
Aricent Share price is trading at around Rs.605/share in the unlisted space.
Software and Services Sector
- In the last decade, the industry has grown many fold in revenue terms, and relative share to India’s GDP is around 8% in FY 2020-21.
- India is the topmost off-shoring destination for IT companies across the world.
- Having proven its capabilities in delivering both on-shore and off-shore services to global clients, emerging technologies now offer an entire new gamut of opportunities for top IT firms in India.
- The country’s cost competitiveness in providing IT services, which is approximately 3-4 times cheaper than the US, continues to be its – Indian IT-ITeS industry that offers:
- Great quality
- High reliability
- Speedy deliveries
- Expected Growth
5. India’s IT-BPM industry (excluding e-commerce) is expected to grew by 2.3% to reach at USD 194 billion, including exports of 150 USD billion in FY 2020-21 (E).
|Net Profit Margin||9%||8%|
|Return on Equity||9%||8%|
Note:- Dividend payout = Total Dividend/Net Income.
It indicates, how much % of its Net Income, the company is paying out as dividend to its Shareholders.
|Total Income (₹ Crores)||2857.70||2610.00||2546.90||2464.40||2467.10|
|PAT (₹ Crores)||262.50||196.00||702.70||213.40||193.80|
|Book Value per Share (₹)||218.66||198.93||190.15||129.84||136.10|
|Equity (₹ Crores)||2,868.70||2,609.90||2,494.70||1,703.40||1,785.60|
|Company||Market Cap (₹ Crores)||Profitability Margin (%)||ROCE (%)||ROE (%)||D/E Ratio||P/E Ratio||P/B Ratio||Book Value per Share (₹)|
|Aricent Technologies (Holding) Ltd||7413||9%||13%||9%||0.02||28.25||2.58||218.66|
|Sonata Software Ltd||8334||7%||41%||34%||0.03||15.31||6.99||105.79|
|Zensar Technologies Ltd||5198||10%||20%||15%||0.09||19.91||3.09||118.89|
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