Fingerprint Cards will issue its Q3 report on October 27, the company has announced. That same day, the results will be discussed in a web and phone conference hosted by FPC’s new CEO, Christian Fredrikson, along with CFO Johan Wilsby.
It should be an interesting report. Its Q2 results showed the company’s continuing ascent along with the mobile biometrics market, with FPC reporting a revenue increase of 274 percent against Q2 of 2015. Since then, the company’s leadership transitioned from Jörgen Lantto to Fredrikson as it sought to expand into new markets including the automotive sector and smart cards, and its new CEO has lately been publicly mulling over the idea of acquisitions to help accelerate those efforts.
The company also recently saw perhaps its highest-profile technological integration yet, with FPC sensors being embedded in Google’s new flagship smartphones. Meanwhile, the company has just announced that its Business Developer, Johan Carlström, who has been a vocal champion of FPC, is departing the company to focus on other ventures.
A lot has happened, in other words, and that should make for an interesting report. The Q3 web and phone discussion is scheduled for 15:00 CEST on October 27th, and will be conducted in English.
October 13, 2016 – by Alex Perala