The margin improvement could be in the range of 50-100 basis points for the coming year, said Niraj Ganeriwal, CFO, Saksoft.
“The company’s focus is around digital services and certain verticals such as fintech, healthcare, transport and logistics, e-commerce retail, telecom and B2B space,” he said.
For all the above spaces, the company has specific offerings around application services, digital testing and latest BI and analytics related services and they have been the revenue drivers, said Ganeriwal.
Moreover, since 90% of revenues for the company come from US and Europe, the depreciation of rupee is good news, he said.
Talking about the outlook going forward he said, “Our growth is going to be aggressive and better than what we have done in the last five years.”