JSE: EOH Ranks Fourth in Financial Mail’s 400 Listed Companies
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What makes EOH an outstanding company according to Financial Mail is its 10-year graphs of revenue and earnings. “We have demonstrated exponential growth during this period, recording a compounded annual growth rate of over 40%. We are delighted with the accolade and are working hard to be recognised as one of Africa’s leading IT service providers,” says EOH CEO Asher Bohbot
Earlier this year, EOH delivered excellent interim results with revenue growth in excess of 45%, profit before tax growing by almost 50% and headline earnings per share increasing by 37%. The company is placing significant focus on its cloud computing solution offering within South Africa and further into the continent, building on its strong outsourcing business. “EOH is well positioned with its broad service offering and is confident its foray into cloud computing will contribute to the continued growth of the business. It extends and broadens our current service offering, which has been an important part of our success to date.”
Billed as a steady performer which has exhibited strong sustained earnings growth, Financial Mail says “EOH is rapidly establishing itself as one of the best technology and business solutions companies in SA, with a share price that keeps hitting new highs”.
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