The Adelaide based company’s preliminary H1 unaudited financials point towards sales revenue of circa $5.89 million with earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) of circa $1.06 million.
Revenue growth of 24%
This represents a revenue growth of 24% against the same period last year for the combined Snare and eMite businesses and an increase of 58% in EBIT vs H1 2017.
Prophecy operates across three areas – customer experience (CX) intelligence, IT ops intelligence and cybersecurity threat intelligence leveraging the power of software from the eMite and Snare products.
The Telstra/Genesys relationship has resulted in 39 new customers added in H1 and has driven investment in new sales resources to address the growing market opportunity.
Prophecy has added integration with Amazon
The eMite CX Intelligence platform enables customers to gain real-time insight into their business operations, correlating and aggregating data from multiple systems like PureCloud by Genesys.
Prophecy has also added integration with Amazon Lex this year and presented alongside Amazon and Genesys at the Amazon Excite event in Las Vegas.
On the cybersecurity side, the company continues to see strong demand for robust, enterprise-grade logging and log management.
The company’s logging and log management solutions are used in the largest government and defence agencies around the world, as well as in some of the largest banks, utilities, health providers and in retail.