India’s third largest software exporter, Wipro Ltd. has declared its first quarter Q1 results today, with a decline of 2.9% in its net profit to Rs.1,335 crore versus Rs.1,375 crore in the previous quarter (QoQ basis). It was also found that EBIT margins for the company were at 21.96% for the first quarter.
Consolidated revenues jumped by 3% to Rs.8,564 crore from Rs.8,302.4 crore for the previous quarter. Its global IT services revenues surged 1.8% to Rs.6,405 crore in the first quarter from Rs.6,289 crore in the last quarter (QoQ basis).
Revenues from Indian operation jumped by over 30.6% to Rs.1,920 crore versus Rs.1,470 crore on QoQ basis (quarter-on-quarter). Also the revenues from United States (US) region increased over 7% to Rs.3,122 crore from Rs.2,914 crore. From Europe region, revenues jumped surprisingly by 34.3% to Rs.1,880 crore from Rs.1,400 crore as compared to previous quarter.
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