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Press release – For immediate release – 5:45pm CEST

Median Technologies records its eighth consecutive quarter of revenue growth

  • Revenues totalling €9.4m over the first three quarters 2020, higher than 2019 yearly revenue (€9m)
  • Q3 revenue of €3.5m, a 50% increase compared to Q3, 2019
  • Order backlog of €50.7m
  • Cash and cash equivalents of €17.3m

Median Technologies (ALMDT), The Imaging Phenomics Company®, today provided an update on its performance for Q3, 2020 (unaudited figures).

Revenue totalled €3.5m in Q3 2020 vs. €2.3m in Q3 2019, a 50% increase. Revenue growth was up 12% compared to Q2 2020. The company has experienced a steady increase in its quarterly revenue for eight consecutive quarters. At the end of Q3 2020, cumulative revenue for the first three quarters of 2020 was €9.4m, higher than that generated throughout the entirety of 2019 (€9m). Revenues are entirely generated by the iCRO [1] business unit, which provides imaging solutions and services for oncology trials.

In thousands of euros Q4, 2018 Q1, 2019 Q2, 2019 Q3, 2019 Q4, 2019 Q1, 2020 Q2, 2020 Q3, 2020
Revenues 1,607 1,904 2,107 2,318 2,624 2,835 3,095 3,469
QoQ change +18.5% +10.7% +10% +13.2% +8.4%  +9.2% +12%

As of September 30, 2020, the order backlog [2] was solid at €50.7m, in a context of revenue growth. In Q3 2020, phase I/II studies, which typically have lower unit budgets than phase III studies, were signed with new clients. The company also recorded the cancellation of a phase III contract due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

As of  September 30, 2020, the Company cash and cash equivalents was €17.3m. In Q3 2020, the company monthly average cash burn rate was €0.7m.

We are satisfied to record a new revenue growth in the third quarter, despite the global health and economic situation. Our order backlog of more than €50m is strong in a context of accelerating conversion into revenues. We expect this momentum to continue in a sustainable manner over the coming quarters, Fredrik Brag, Median’s CEO said.

[1] iCRO: imaging contract research organization

[2] The order backlog is the sum of orders received but not yet fulfilled. An increase or decrease in the order backlog corresponds to the order intake of the reporting period, net of invoiced services, completed or cancelled contracts, and currency impact for projects in foreign currency (re-evaluated at the exchange rate on closing date). Orders are booked once the customer confirms, in writing, its retention of the Company’s services for a given project. The contract is usually signed a few months after written confirmation.

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