Contract in NOK 225 million
Data Respons has signed a contract of NOK 225 million with a leading player in the automotive market in Germany.
The contract is a 5-year agreement for delivery of specialised R&D IT services, advanced testing and system integration supporting all phases of the development cycle.01/02/2019
Key information relating to the cash dividend
The Board of Directors propose to distribute a dividend of NOK 1.00 per share for 2018.
Last date inclusive: 12 April 2019
Ex-date: 15 April 2019
Record date: 16 April 2019
Dividend payment date: 28 June 2019
Resolution date: 12 April 2019
The proposed dividend of NOK 1.00 per share is subject to approval by the annual general meeting on 12 April 2019.31/01/2019
Record year for Data Respons
- We have put another record year behind us with 1.5 billion in revenues and a considerable improvement in profitability. We are experiencing growth in all geographical markets driven by trends such as internet of things (IoT), industrial digitalisation (Industry 4.0) and automation influencing all industries, says Kenneth Ragnvaldsen, CEO of Data Respons ASA.31/01/2019
Invitation to presentation of fourth quarter 2018
Data Respons ASA will release the fourth quarter results Thursday January 31, 2019. The report will be made available at 7:30 a.m. at www.datarespons.com/investor and newsweb.no.28/01/2019
Contract of 20 million NOK23/01/2019
New contract in Germany of 40 million NOK
Data Respons has signed contracts with a leading player within automotive in Germany.
The contracts comprise development of software for real time information processing, advanced communication solutions and applications integrated with multiple optimisation and control systems. The deliveries are part of long-term and business critical development projects that goes on for several years. The contract scope is expected to increase significantly throughout the year and beyond.
The ongoing digitalisation of the automotive industry makes vehicles more advanced with additional sensors, more embedded software and increasing demand for data processing. Furthermore, almost all new vehicles will be connected to the internet enabling a broad range of new value adding applications and services.11/01/2019