Company reports $173 million in revenue for the first quarter
Company reports first quarter non-GAAP net income of $2.0 million, or $0.04 per diluted share; and GAAP net loss of $216.3 million, or ($4.24) per share
Q1-2015 Financial Results Summary:
- Revenue for the first quarter of 2015 was $172.7 million, which includes an approximate $7.8 million negative impact on revenue from the stronger U.S. dollar on a constant currency basis when compared to the same period last year.
- GAAP net loss for the first quarter was $216.3 million, or ($4.24) per share, compared to GAAP net income of $4.1 million, or $0.08 per diluted share, for the same period last year.
- Non-GAAP net income for the first quarter was $2.0 million, or $0.04 per diluted share, compared to non-GAAP net income of $20.6 million, or $0.40 per diluted share, reported for the same period last year.
- The Company invested a net amount of $24.4 million in R&D projects (Non-GAAP basis) during the first quarter, representing 14.1% of revenues.
- The Company generated $3.9 million in cash from operations during the first quarter, and currently holds approximately $425 million in cash and cash equivalents, and short term bank deposits. The cash balance includes a $50 million drawdown on the Company’s revolving credit facility.
- Non-GAAP EBITDA for the first quarter amounted to $2.2 million.
- The Company updated the goodwill impairment analysis of its MakerBot reporting unit. As a result, the Company recognized a non-cash goodwill and other intangible asset impairment expense of $194 million in the first quarter.
- The Company sold 7,536 3D printing and additive manufacturing systems during the quarter, and on a pro forma combined basis, has sold a total of 129,197 systems worldwide as of March 31, 2015.
"We continue to see significant long-term opportunity in the 3D printing and additive manufacturing market," said David Reis, chief executive officer of Stratasys. "We believe we are offering a transformative alternative to conventional manufacturing, design and engineering processes, and maintain an attractive pipeline of future opportunities. Although we have modified our near-term operating and capital investment plans to align with softness in market conditions, we will remain focused on the future, and continue to execute on a multi-year investment plan designed to drive accelerated adoption of 3D printing solutions and increased sales growth.”
- Announced that Stratasys additive manufacturing solutions were selected by leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus to produce 3D printed flight parts for use in the first-of-type A350 XWB aircraft. Airbus produced more than 1,000 flight parts with their Stratasys FDM 3D Production Systems to support the delivery of the aircraft in December 2014. The 3D printed parts are used in place of traditionally manufactured parts with a process that reduces cost, increases supply chain flexibility, and improves on-time delivery. The announcement is the culmination of a long-term, multi-year effort by both Stratasys and Airbus to identify, certify, and then implement Stratasys production solutions.
- Announced organizational enhancements including the creation of the Stratasys Strategic Consulting Division to help support customer development; the appointment of Joshua Claman, formerly with Dell, to Chief Business Officer to drive commercial and go-to-market activities across the company's different business units; and the appointment of Jerome Hamilton, formerly with 3M, as Senior Vice President of Global Operations to lead global manufacturing, strategic sourcing, supply chain, and worldwide distribution teams.
- Completed the organizational integration of Solid Concepts, Harvest Technologies and RedEye Services to form Stratasys Direct Manufacturing (SDM), a comprehensive part services offering that employs a broad set of technologies and materials for applications ranging from models and prototypes, to end-use components and assemblies.
- Initiated a reorganization within MakerBot, which is intended to focus efforts on improving products, growing the 3D ecosystem, and increasing our efforts in the professional, education and consumer markets.