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Edited Transcript of IIIV.OQ earnings conference call or presentation 9-Aug-22 12:30pm GMT

Q3 2022 I3 Verticals Inc Earnings Call Sep 5, 2022 (Thomson StreetEvents) -- Edited Transcript of i3 Verticals Inc earnings conference call or presentation Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 12:30:00pm GMT TEXT version of Transcript ================================================================================ Corporate Participants ================================================================================ * Clay M. Whitson i3 Verticals, Inc. - CFO & Director * Frederick Stanford i3 Verticals, Inc. - President * Geoffrey C. Smith i3 Verticals, Inc. - Principal Accounting Officer & VP of Finance * Gregory S. Daily i3 Verticals, Inc. - Chairman & CEO ================================================================================ Conference Call Participants ================================================================================ * Charles Joseph Nabhan Stephens Inc., Research Division - MD & Analyst * James Eugene Faucette Morgan Stanley, Research Division - MD * John Kimbrough Davis Raymond James & Associates, Inc., Research Division - MD & Analyst * Peter James Heckmann D.A. Davidson & Co., Research Division - MD & Senior Research Analyst * Tyler DuPont ================================================================================ Presentation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Operator [1] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Good day, everyone, and welcome to the i3 Verticals Third Quarter 2022 Earnings Conference Call. Today's call is being recorded, and a replay will be available starting today through August 16. The number for the replay is (877) 344-7529 and the code is 3637280. The replay may also be accessed for 30 days at the company's website. (Operator Instructions) At this time, for opening remarks, I would like to turn the call over to Geoff Smith, VP of Finance. Please go ahead, sir. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Geoffrey C. Smith, i3 Verticals, Inc. - Principal Accounting Officer & VP of Finance [2] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Good morning. Welcome to the third quarter 2022 conference call for i3 Verticals. Joining me on this call are Greg Daily, our Chairman and CEO; Clay Whitson, our CFO; and Rick Stanford, our President. To the extent any non-GAAP financial measures discussed in today's call, you will also find a reconciliation to the most directly comparable GAAP financial measure by reviewing yesterday's earnings release. It is the company's intent to provide non-GAAP financial information to enhance understanding of its consolidated GAAP financial information. This non-GAAP financial information should be considered by each individual in addition to and not instead of the GAAP financial statements. This conference call may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including statements, among others, regarding the company's expected financial and operating performance. For this purpose, any statements made during this call that are not statements of historical fact may be deemed to be forward-looking statements. You are hereby cautioned that these forward-looking statements may be affected by important factors, among others, set forth in the company's earnings release and reports that are filed or furnished to the SEC. Consequently, actual operations and results may differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking statements. Finally, the information shared on this call is valid as of today's date, and the company undertakes no obligation to update it except as may be required under applicable law. I'll now turn the call over to the company's Chairman and CEO, Greg Daily. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gregory S. Daily, i3 Verticals, Inc. - Chairman & CEO [3] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks, Jeff, and good morning to all of you. We are very pleased with our third quarter 2022 results. And as we round the corner towards the end of our fiscal year '22, we expect to put finishing touches on what has been a phenomenal year. Year-to-date, we set new records in revenue and EBITDA, which grew at 48% and 51%, respectively, for the 9 months ending June 30. We continue to focus on revenue -- recurring revenue sources, particularly in software and related services streams. While license sales will happen from time to time at certain markets necessitate them, we are focused on SaaS and recurring transaction-based revenue to align the price and the lifetime benefit of the solutions we provide. Our solutions have excellent customer service retention, and we go to market with a long-term lens. Additionally, acquiring great businesses that have underemphasized recurring revenue streams remain a significant opportunity. More than 80% of our revenue in the third quarter came from recurring revenue sources. We're extremely excited about several investments to add modern cloud-based products through offerings in the public sector. As I said, we are thinking long-term and will not hesitate to invest capital within the company in addition to M&A. In the third quarter of fiscal year '22, 2 months of results from our May 1 health care acquisition, we highlighted last quarter, what a great fit the business is, and we have not been disappointed. The cross-sell opportunities have been immediately materialized in their pipeline. All of our fiscal year '22 acquisitions have integrated seamlessly and we're excited about what comes next. Now I'll turn the call over to Clay, who'll provide you more details of our third quarter financial performance. Following Clay's comments, Rick will give us an M&A update, and then we'll open up the call for questions. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clay M. Whitson, i3 Verticals, Inc. - CFO & Director [4] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Good morning. The following pertains to the third quarter of our fiscal year 2022, which is the quarter ended June 30, 2022. Please refer to the slide presentation titled Supplemental Information on our website for reference with this discussion. We had another great quarter with record revenues and adjusted EBITDA. Revenues for the third quarter increased 28% to $80.6 million from $63.1 million for Q3 '21, reflecting strong organic growth and acquisitions. The key metrics we track are headed in the right direction. Our integrated payments percentage improved to 62% for Q3 2022 from 60% for Q3 2021, which helped our revenue yield improve to 136 basis points for the quarter from 123 basis points for Q3 '21. Organic growth for this quarter was approximately 10%. There was no benefit from a favorable COVID comparison in the same period in the prior year, which has essentially recovered from the pandemic in our lines of business. Annual recurring revenues totaled $266.7 million for Q3 2022 compared to $204.9 million for Q3 2021, a growth rate of 30%. Over 80% of our revenues in the quarter came from recurring sources. Software and related services remain the largest portion of our revenues, growing 45% to $39 million for Q3 2022 from $26.8 million for Q3 2021. Adjusted EBITDA increased 29% to $20.1 million for Q3 2022 from $15.5 million for Q3 2021, reflecting continued momentum in our proprietary software segment. Adjusted EBITDA as a percentage of revenues increased to 24.9% for Q3 2022 from 24.6% for Q3 2021, reflecting margin improvement in our proprietary software segment and lower corporate overhead as a percentage of revenues. For the 9 months, the adjusted EBITDA margin expanded 50 basis points. Pro forma adjusted diluted earnings per share increased 28% to $0.37 for Q3 2022 from $0.29 for Q3 2021. Again, please refer to the press release for a full description and reconciliation. Segment performance. Revenues in our Proprietary Software and Payments segment increased 42% to $47.8 million for Q3 2022 from $33.7 million for Q3 2021, principally reflecting growth in our 2 largest verticals, public sector and health care. This quarter included 2 months of results from our most recent acquisition in the health care vertical, which is off to a good start. Revenues in our education vertical continued a strong rebound, increasing 27%, Q3 to Q3, thanks to the reopening of existing customers and organic sales to new school districts. The segment's adjusted EBITDA improved 51% to $15.6 million for Q3 2022 from $10.3 million for Q3 2021, outpacing revenues. The growth was principally driven by our 2 largest verticals, public sector and health care. On a run rate basis, public sector represents roughly half of our consolidated business, while health care is an estimated 20%. Revenues for our Merchant Services segment increased 9% to $32.7 million for Q3 2022 from $30 million for Q3 2021, principally reflecting growth in our ISO channel and hospitality vertical, both of which carry enter payment margins. Adjusted EBITDA for our Merchant Services segment increased slightly to $8.8 million for Q3 2022 from $8.7 million for Q3 2021 with higher revenues partially offset by higher residual expenses. In keeping with our strategy since the IPO, we have steadily redirected acquisition and internal resources from traditional merchant services into higher growth and higher-margin proprietary software and services coupled with integrated payments. Balance sheet. Our balance sheet has allowed us to continue to execute our acquisition strategy. On June 30, we had $198 million borrowed under our revolver, net of cash under a $275 million facility. The face value of our convertible notes are $117 million. As of June 30, our total leverage ratio was approximately 4x while the current constraint is 5x. The interest rate for the convertible notes is 1%, while the interest rate for the revolver is currently around 6%, but will increase as the Fed continues to raise rates. Over time, we expect to convert roughly 2/3 of adjusted EBITDA into free cash flow, which can be used for debt repayment, acquisitions and earnouts. We define free cash flow as adjusted EBITDA minus capital expenditures, internally capitalized software, cash interest and cash taxes. Outlook. Looking forward, our performance year-to-date gives us confidence in raising the midpoints and narrowing our guidance ranges for fiscal year 2022. It excludes acquisitions that have not yet closed and transaction-related costs. As we become more software-centric, quarters might vary based upon perpetual license sales even though our trend is generally toward more recurring revenue streams. Our revenue guidance for the year, $307 million to $317 million; adjusted EBITDA, $76.5 million to $80.5 million; pro forma adjusted diluted EPS, $1.41 to $1.47. I will now turn the call over to Rick for company updates and M&A activity. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Frederick Stanford, i3 Verticals, Inc. - President [5] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you, Clay. Good morning, everyone. Before I discuss M&A, I'll give an update on a few items. Our public sector unified product offering, software solutions continue to have strong results with success in local, municipal, county and state markets. Public sector now reaches across the United States and Canada serving public sector clients in 48 states and 3 Canadian provinces. Over the last quarter, we have expanded our product reach by adding new software solution sales in 17 states. Expansion includes additional instances of our public safety, courts, payment processing, digital signature and certification, land records, data access, safe encounter and licensing software solutions. We continue to implement our recently announced LCRAA, Louisiana Clerks Remote Access Authority case management software contract which is supported by statewide e-filing and payments, which continues to be deployed. The i3 education brand unifies all of our educational product lines along with marketing sales, development and support services that go along with it. With considerable additions in new districts and associated schools, the growth in education over the past trailing 12 months has been one of our best years for sales. Most districts are observing greater levels of à la carte purchases and higher pricing for lunches as the K-12 sector starts to shift to normalcy. In addition, federal or state money for student lunch subsidies has largely decreased or been eliminated as have COVID protocols. In our health care vertical, a return to normal and elective surgical volumes is restoring pre-COVID levels for our health care revenue cycle clients. As the health care system adjusts to the shifting need for care delivery, mobile health care and tele health has also offered a new source of revenue. As COVID issues fade, we are noticing more outreach for our SaaS subscriptions because of the industry's willingness to shift. Our health care companies are still working together to develop and promote new products that coincide with customer demands. From a technology perspective, our efforts to transition to a private cloud infrastructure are going well and several applications are now operating in this new environment. These solutions now benefit from improved uptime as well as geographic redundancies and improved scalability. Our next milestone involves a FedRAMP-compliant environment for government solutions. We continue to invest and training as well as DevOps resources to leverage low-code development platforms, which can be hosted and managed on our AWS infrastructure. Several projects are underway leveraging this technology to expand our offerings in the public sector and education verticals. I'll now speak to M&A. We continue to pursue growth, both organically and through acquisitions of growing companies that fit within our strategy and culture with an emphasis on companies in public sector and health care. Although we haven't closed any additional acquisitions this quarter, other than the health care tuck-in we announced in May, our pipeline remains robust with opportunities for acquisitions that are similar in size to many of our acquisitions today, as well as some that are larger. Based on what we are seeing, we would expect acquisition multiples for these transactions to be consistent with other transactions we have closed with the caveat that larger transactions will tend to run at the higher end of our stated range relative to multiples. Additionally, we are looking for acquisitions that provide complementary technologies to our existing products, particularly in our public sector vertical. Differing state, local and municipal regulations have created a relatively fragmented market across the U.S. in this sector, and we believe inorganic development will continue to account for a sizable portion of customer base expansion in this vertical. This concludes my comments, MJ. At this time, we'll open the call for Q&A, please. ================================================================================ Questions and Answers -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Operator [1] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Operator Instructions) Our first question today comes from John Davis of Raymond James. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- John Kimbrough Davis, Raymond James & Associates, Inc., Research Division - MD & Analyst [2] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clay, I wanted to start off on the margin. We hear a lot about wage inflation. Obviously, you guys have different acquisitions mixing in. So it looks like the midpoint on the margin guide ticked down 20 or 30 basis points. So just curious, is that a function of revenue mix? Are you seeing some wage inflation. I think Greg called out some organic investments that you guys potentially are willing to make or are making in the business. Just any high-level commentary on the margin would be helpful. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clay M. Whitson, i3 Verticals, Inc. - CFO & Director [3] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I think that's mainly a function of revenue over performing. Our goal on margins is to increase our overall corporate margin by 50 to 100 basis points a year. Year-to-date, we're at 50 basis points, the low end of that range. And I would say that wage inflation probably is what's holding us back a little bit this year. But we remain on plan and expect to continue that performance. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- John Kimbrough Davis, Raymond James & Associates, Inc., Research Division - MD & Analyst [4] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Okay. Great. And then I just wanted to hit on organic growth for a minute. Clay, I think you said it was 10% in the quarter. Can you help us with what's embedded for fourth quarter? It looks like, by my math, it's something similar to 3Q, but just curious if you could maybe put a finer point on it. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clay M. Whitson, i3 Verticals, Inc. - CFO & Director [5] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We don't guide quarterly. We did say coming into the year, we would grow double digits, and we still expect to grow double digits for the year. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- John Kimbrough Davis, Raymond James & Associates, Inc., Research Division - MD & Analyst [6] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Okay. So then maybe just ARR, I think, was a strong 30% growth. Is that all organic? Or do you guys have an organic breakdown of ARR for the third quarter? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clay M. Whitson, i3 Verticals, Inc. - CFO & Director [7] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We don't have an organic breakdown of ARR. It's not all organic. But our main verticals, hospitality -- I mean, health care and public sector are what are driving most of the organic growth. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- John Kimbrough Davis, Raymond James & Associates, Inc., Research Division - MD & Analyst [8] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Okay. And then last one for me, just on the M&A pipeline. Rick, you called out some -- potentially some larger deals. Curious if you or Greg have comments. Is that just a function of the fact you guys are getting bigger and can do larger deals or what's available in the market? It still seems like very reasonable multiples kind of in that 8% to 10x range. But just curious if -- what's driving kind of the comments for larger deals in the pipeline. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Frederick Stanford, i3 Verticals, Inc. - President [9] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. So JD, we've always looked for larger deals. The fact that our sweet spot has been 2% to 5% is because above 5%, we've said before, the valuations get crazy. We're running into more companies now on the larger size that are more realistic about what they can expect to get for their company. We've broadened our resources as well in self-sourcing. So we're talking to a lot more individuals than we used to. I would expect we'll continue to stay within our range. The important note is if we do something that's larger than our sweet spot, we're probably going to end up having to pay on the higher end of our range. But again, we're going to stay very disciplined and you shouldn't expect us to pay more than 10x for those deals as well. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Operator [10] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The next question comes from Peter Heckmann of D.A. Davidson. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Peter James Heckmann, D.A. Davidson & Co., Research Division - MD & Senior Research Analyst [11] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In public sector, are you continuing to see some procurements that are designed to be funded by stimulus from the American risk you play in? And then in that same vein, when we think about the public sector deals, I guess the configuration of deals that would be transaction oriented and have a transaction fee attached versus soft fixed or recurring, can you talk about how that mix is changing? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Frederick Stanford, i3 Verticals, Inc. - President [12] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Well, I'll talk to the first part. We haven't been able to tie that back, Peter. There is more demand now. It's hard to tell if that's pin-up or additional resources. We continue to educate our customers on the monies that are available to them. But we haven't really been able to black and white tie that back to the rescue plan dollars. But we're excited to see our customers are changing their mindset with regard to the types of products that they'll need going forward, and we're pleased with the interest and the number of deals that we're looking at. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clay M. Whitson, i3 Verticals, Inc. - CFO & Director [13] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- On your question about the mix of how many deals have payments attached, I would say most of the deals still do. LCRAA was a big one down in Louisiana, that has payments attached. Our Tennessee renewals, a large contract, that has payments attached. From an acquisition standpoint, it's not a black-and-white criteria. We will buy software solutions that are not adjacent to payments if it rounds out our product line. But we certainly like it when it's adjacent to payments because it's clearly identifiable synergy -- revenue synergy that we can -- we know we have going into the deal. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Peter James Heckmann, D.A. Davidson & Co., Research Division - MD & Senior Research Analyst [14] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Got it. And then if I had been doing my research correctly on some of the acquisitions in public sector, it looks like the company might have statewide or state-level deals in 4, 5, 6 states now, and you mentioned trying to get FedRAMP certified. Would that -- is that necessary for some state-level deals? Or would you be looking at contract to us from federal agencies? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Frederick Stanford, i3 Verticals, Inc. - President [15] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes, it's both. We have a FedRAMP environment today, but it's not in our private cloud. So that's what we're working on. We won't obviously move those products into AWS until it's FedRAMP certified. That's what I was trying to get at, Peter. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Operator [16] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Operator Instructions) Our next question comes from James Faucette with Morgan Stanley. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- James Eugene Faucette, Morgan Stanley, Research Division - MD [17] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- First, like a high-level question, I guess, is obviously, you're doing a great job so far on the software transition. Where do you see the ceiling for software as a percentage of total revenue growth? And is that something that you're targeting or working towards? And I guess as part of that is, if software takes share internally as a percentage of total revenue, how much of that right now is coming from faster growth of the software capabilities versus acquisitions? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clay M. Whitson, i3 Verticals, Inc. - CFO & Director [18] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Well, your last part. I would say that our public sector -- our proprietary software segment, the organic growth is low double-digit. And then if we grow revenues in the mid-20s, that has the majority coming from acquisitions still. I think we're a little bit speculating here. But internally, we talk about plateauing at software and services as a percentage of total revenues capping out at around 2/3, but that is speculation from time to time, like this quarter, as an example, surge in payments will -- that won't be a linear progression over time. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- James Eugene Faucette, Morgan Stanley, Research Division - MD [19] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Got it. That makes sense. And then I guess lots of questions right now around impact from potential recessionary type environment or at least slower economy. How does that impact the different parts of your business? And I guess, more importantly, when you think about the relationships you're building with municipalities, et cetera, on the software side, does that tend to have much of an impact on those businesses, particularly new wins and opportunities? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clay M. Whitson, i3 Verticals, Inc. - CFO & Director [20] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Well, a general comment on this recessionary environment is we haven't seen much of it yet. I would say that July was a little softer than June, but it would be a low single-digit type of -- it's too early to say that that's a trend, I would say. Your question about municipalities, I think there was a recognition during COVID that state and local governments had put off modernizing for too long, and it became painfully apparent. And so I don't see -- we don't see currently a pullback in those budgets. They're committed to them. They have the added benefit that they allow the governments to operate with fewer people, and that's become a pain point for a lot of them, a key employee quits and all of a sudden the office doesn't run correctly anymore. And so we believe that will continue for several years, even if at the federal level, things are cut back or not. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Operator [21] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The next question comes from Jason Kupferberg of Bank of America. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tyler DuPont, [22] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is Tyler DuPont on for Jason. Just one question for me. I was just wondering if you could speak at all to cash flow. It looks like this quarter's conversion rate was a bit lighter than some have anticipated, but still the 2/3 conversion guidance for the full year. Is there anything specific to call out there with maybe whether it's cadence or just the puts and takes as to how we should think about cash flow conversion moving forward? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clay M. Whitson, i3 Verticals, Inc. - CFO & Director [23] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Well, as far as puts and takes go, we've run higher than 2/3 of EBITDA every year since going public. And the reason for that is low cash taxes. We continue to give the 2/3 guidance because we anticipate at some stage, it will be a 25% tax payer, although it still seems a few years out. Rising interest rates will impact the cash flow conversion as cash interest is a part of that equation. This time of year, I'll probably need to study it a little more closely, but our receivables billed a little this time of year. Do you have anything to add on cash flow for the 9 months? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Geoffrey C. Smith, i3 Verticals, Inc. - Principal Accounting Officer & VP of Finance [24] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No. I mean I think looking ahead, we spoke about the capital investments we're considering that will certainly be a consideration. But at this time, we don't expected any software CapEx is going to throw us off of that 2/3 conversion. We think that's still a fair metric to use. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Operator [25] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Operator Instructions) The next question comes from Charles Nabhan of Stephens. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Charles Joseph Nabhan, Stephens Inc., Research Division - MD & Analyst [26] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You had alluded to the conversion of Merchant Services customers as a driver of software revenue. I was hoping to get a little more color in that area in terms of the magnitude of that impact as well as any particular verticals you're seeing greater success in terms of conversion? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Clay M. Whitson, i3 Verticals, Inc. - CFO & Director [27] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Well, I think if it was one of my comments, I was just referring to, we're not putting as much effort into traditional merchant processing. We're allocating our sales and other resources towards integrated payments, which tend to be in our public sector and health care verticals. We just get a higher margin, higher growth. It's more satisfying for the customer and their customers to be in an integrated environment. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Charles Joseph Nabhan, Stephens Inc., Research Division - MD & Analyst [28] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Got it. And as a follow-up, I wanted to get your comments on valuations on prospective M&A deals. Specifically, if the magnitude of compression, a valuation compression you're seeing is greater at the higher end of the range as opposed to the lower end of the range you've historically looked at. And secondly, if there's any you're seeing any differences across your verticals in terms of changes in valuation. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Frederick Stanford, i3 Verticals, Inc. - President [29] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. Nothing's really changed. There's a trickle-down effect to sellers, and we haven't seen that yet. We're still talking in our same range to potential sellers and engaging in good conversations with them. There's been little to no pushback on a higher multiple or lower multiples. I'd like to think that we'd be able to go to our lower end of our range going forward. But right now, we're still in our stated range between 7 and 10 times. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Operator [30] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This concludes the question-and-answer session. I would like to turn the conference back over to Greg Daily for closing remarks. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gregory S. Daily, i3 Verticals, Inc. - Chairman & CEO [31] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks, everyone, for your interest, your support. I do feel like the company is perfectly positioned in the right place at the right time. We have a great team, a big pipeline. So excited about finishing out the last quarter of our fiscal year '22. So anyway, thank you again. Have a good day. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Operator [32] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The i3 Vertical conference has now concluded. Thank you for attending today's presentation. You may now disconnect.