In the three months ended 30 June 2017, total revenue growth from ongoing activities was 6% at constant exchange rates and organic revenue growth was 4%. At actual exchange rates, total revenue growth from ongoing activities was 5%.

Commenting on the performance, Brian Cassin, Chief Executive Officer, said:

“We have started the year in line with our expectations, with total revenue growth of 6% and organic revenue growth of 4%. Our business-to-business services have performed well, with 7% organic growth and good performances across all regions, demonstrating the breadth of our business as well as successful investment in new product innovation, helping our clients apply more data and analytics to drive better business outcomes. We are also taking important steps to re-position Consumer Services as we introduced two new services in the US, and over the coming months we will continue our efforts to build up scale in these new initiatives through greater education of and engagement with consumers.

“As we look ahead, we continue to expect growth for the year to be within our target mid single-digit organic revenue range, with stable margins and further progress in Benchmark earnings per share.”


Source:  Experian Earnings Release