Financial summary Q4 '15
Financial summary FY '15
1 Earnings per fully diluted share count adjusted for acquisition-related amortisation & gain on a post-tax basis.
TomTom's Chief Executive Officer, Harold Goddijn
"We delivered top-line growth in 2015, for the first time in five years. The weakening of the euro in combination with higher investments in our core technologies affected our profitability negatively in 2015. As a result, our EBIT for the year was at break-even. The net result for 2015 was €18 million, which translates to adjusted earnings per share of €0.21.
Consumer continued to make further inroads in establishing a multi-product consumer business with GPS sport watches and action cameras. Automotive broke the 2014 record of new bookings, Licensing delivered strong growth through existing and new customers and Telematics saw continued strong growth in installed base and recurring revenue.
We made substantial progress with our core technologies across the group. We completed the move to our new map-making platform this year. This platform is the first of its kind in the industry and a leap forward in map-making technologies. We have integrated the NDS map format into our navigation software on device-based and server-based navigation applications and we continued to increase our market share in traffic, increasing our global coverage and enhancing our traffic services.
Our skills and expertise in location data and technologies give us confidence that TomTom is well positioned to capture on growing opportunities in the area of Autonomous Driving, Connected Car, Fleet Management services and Consumer Wearables."
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