From time to time, we make presentations to investors, analysts, the media and other persons interested in our company. The present form of presentation that we are using is attached. The contents of this presentation include forward-looking statements that were and are made in express reliance on the safe harbor provisions contained in Section 21E of the Exchange Act and Section 27A of the Securities Act. Such statements include, without limitation, statements relating to results deemed to be achievable by our management in future periods, as well as with respect to trends in sales performance, gross margin, selling, general and administrative costs, market growth, the competitive environment, and other factors affecting future sales, operating results, and capital requirements. Sales and operating results trends are also affected by many other factors, including, among others, world and national political events, general economic conditions which recently have been weak, the effectiveness of our promotion and marketing strategies, and competitive factors applicable to our corporate and consumer markets.
The presentation material also includes selected financial measures that constitute “non-GAAP” data under the Securities and Exchange Commission’s rules, particularly including our calculation of earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, or Ebitda.
A derivation of Ebitda and a reconciliation of that calculation to the GAAP data that we believe to be most comparable is provided in our recent reports on Form 6-K or 20-F filed with the SEC. These reports can be accessed on our website or on the SEC’s Edgar database (www.sec.gov)
The statements furnished in this presentation must be viewed in context and in light of the risks described above and under the caption “Risk Factors” contained in our most recent reports on Form 6-K or 20-F filed with the SEC. In light of these risks, there can be no assurance that the forward-looking statements furnished in this presentation will in fact be realized. The statements made in this presentation speak as of its date only, and it should not be assumed that the statements made herein or therein remain accurate as of any future date.
SIFY DOES NOT PRESENTLY INTEND TO UPDATE THESE STATEMENTS AND UNDERTAKES NO DUTY TO ANY PERSON TO EFFECT ANY SUCH UPDATE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.
Any failure to successfully implement our operating strategy or the occurrence of any of the events or circumstances set forth in this presentation or the referenced Risk Factors could result in the actual operating results being different than the projections, and such differences may be adverse and material.
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Local Power & Dominance of non-US opportunities
addition to English
distinct ethnic groups, language,
cuisine & culture
China 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002
Source : Gartner
Source : Gartner
Users ( Million) 31 17 7 126 9 37
Source : IDC
Single e-point rural connectivity
Web based initiative to support
(adding 2 iWays per day)
Rural Access for Sustained Internet
Total No. of Households : 210 Million
C & S
Top 3 Indian Newspapers Top 3 US Newspapers
Source : ABC
Source : AFAA
Internet content growing rapidly
Remote Network and Data Management
Remote Managed Security Services
Backup and Disaster Recovery Services
Public Internet Access
Network Data Centers Systems
Leveraging Common Infrastructure for Multiple Revenue Streams
Based on 2004-05
Revenue of Rs 3614 million , USD 82.8 Million
Cash balance of Rs 1356.7 million , USD 31. Million as of 31st March , Debt - Zero
*Net Profit included USD 3.18 Mln on account of Profit on Sale of Land & Cricinfo
Sify is well positioned to maximize opportunities in the (uniquely Indian) Internet growth market