Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2017

Investment profile (as of November 2017)

At CGI, our goal is to be recognized as an investment of choice. We have a passion for running a competitive and financially strong business. Since 1976, we've maintained best practices in managing and measuring how we create long-term value, resulting in consistent performance, no matter the economic environment.

Stock overview

  • TSX: GIB.A
  • NYSE: GIB
  • Fiscal year end: September 30

Company overview

Founded in 1976, CGI is the fifth largest independent IT and business consulting services firm in the world. With approximately 71,000 professionals worldwide, CGI delivers an end-to-end portfolio of high-end IT and business consulting services, systems integration and IT and business process outsourcing services. CGI’s client proximity model, best-fit global delivery network, and intellectual property solutions help clients accelerate results and digitally transform their organizations. With annual revenue of C$10.8 billion, CGI shares are listed on the TSX (GIB.A) and the NYSE (GIB). 

Q4 and F2017 year-over-year highlights

* Specific items in Q4-F2017 include: $65.3 million in restructuring costs and $1.9 million in acquisition-related and integration costs net of tax.

Revenue distribution

  • Service type:

53% Management of IT and business functions

- IT services 43%
- Business process services 10%

47% Systems integration and consulting

  • Client geography:

29%     United States
16%     Canada
14%     France
13%     U.K.
  7%     Sweden
  6%     Finland
15%     Rest of the world

  • Vertical markets:

33%   Government
23%   Manufacturing, retail and distribution
22%   Financial services
15%   Telecommunications and utilities
  7%   Health

Competitive strengths

CGI's competitive strengths provide an enhanced value proposition for clients. CGI combines strategic and technical expertise in five high growth vertical markets. It provides flexibility and cost competitiveness through its end-to-end service offerings and global delivery model. It achieves client intimacy through its metro market approach and a strong local presence. It consistently provides high quality service through the application of its management frameworks.

Enhanced value proposition

  • End-to-end IT services
  • Deep industry expertise (five verticals)
  • Unique global delivery model
  • Quality delivery track record
  • Flexible client partnerships


Our Build and Buy profitable growth strategy

Investment profile
Organic growth Growth by acquisitions
Systems integration
contracts and
projects
Outsourcing
contracts
Niche market
acquisitions
Transformational
acquisitions
  • Extend service offerings to existing clients
  • Win new contracts and renewals
  • Develop new client relationships
  • Grow pipeline of outsourcing proposals
  • Win outsourcing contracts with new and existing clients
  • Enhance vertical offerings
  • Increase geographic presence
  • Strengthen our solutions portfolio
  • Increase critical mass to qualify for more large contracts
  • Increase geographic presence
  • Ensure strategic fit and accretion to net earnings

Note: All figures in Canadian dollars. Fiscal 2017 MD&A, audited consolidated financial statements and accompanying notes can be found at www.cgi.com/investors and have been filed with both SEDAR in Canada and EDGAR in the U.S.