DASTY - Dassault Systemes SE

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Previous Close167.47
Open170.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range170.00 - 173.02
52 Week Range113.37 - 181.20
Volume7,334
Avg. Volume24,620
Market Cap45.285B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.72
PE Ratio (TTM)67.47
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.76 (0.44%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 26, 2020
1y Target EstN/A
  • Bloomberg

    France’s StopCovid Tracing App Available as Country Reopens

    (Bloomberg) -- France’s contact-tracing app, which the government hopes will prevent a resurgence of Covid-19 as lockdown measures ease, will be available to download on Tuesday. They just have to get people to use it.StopCovid will be available to download at noon in Paris in the Apple Inc. and Android app stores, the government said. Downloading it is voluntary, and it will act as a supplement for human tracers who will manually go through an infected person’s contacts.Countries around the world are relying on the apps to help notify people quickly when they’ve been exposed to the virus and help prevent a resurgence as offices, restaurants and schools begin to reopen. Still, fewer than half of French people an Odoxa poll for France Info radio said they are ready to download the program.Read more: France Says Virus Recession Will Be Deeper Than Expected“From the first downloads, the app helps avoid contamination, illness and thus deaths,” Digital Minister Cedric O said in an interview on France Inter radio on Monday. “So there is no minimum threshold for the app’s efficiency. Of course, the more people have the app, the better, but there is no threshold to make it efficient. It speeds the tracing process.”A University of Oxford study estimated that about 80% of smartphone users need to participate in the program for it to suppress the disease, the equivalent of 56% of the general population. But infections can be reduced significantly even with fewer downloads. One infection can be prevented with every one or two users, it said.O warned on France Inter radio that the virus is still a threat and urged people to use the technology “for the collective benefit,” as cafes, parks and restaurants reopen with the easing of most lockdown measures on Tuesday.Read More: The World Embraces Contact-Tracing Technology to Fight Covid-19The program is a home-grown solution designed by a state-led task force, including the leading phone carrier Orange SA, software company Dassault Systemes SE, as well as Inria, the institute for research in digital science and technology.The app was approved last week by lawmakers and the privacy watchdog after a debate about how user data, which will be sent to health authorities, will be used and protected.StopCovid will use Bluetooth technology, alerting users if they spend more than 15 minutes within a meter of someone carrying the virus. The French app, which is similar to one being developed in the U.K., is designed by national players, unlike the apps in Switzerland and Germany, which are based on a platform jointly developed by Apple and Alphabet Inc.’s Google.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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    France Backs Virus Tracing App Following Tough Privacy Debate

    (Bloomberg) -- French lawmakers from the National Assembly voted in favor of a contact tracing app meant to contain the spread of the coronavirus, following an intense debate over privacy rights as the government prepares to lift more lockdown measures next week.The application, dubbed StopCovid, was designed by a state-led task force, including the leading phone carrier Orange SA, software company Dassault Systemes SE, as well as Inria, the institute for research in digital science and technology. User data collected on the app will be sent to the nation’s health authorities in a bid to contain any re-emergence of the deadly virus.National Assembly lawmakers backed the app use with 338 votes in favor and 215 votes against. The project has drawn criticism from privacy activists in France, who argue such tools accelerate state-surveillance technology on citizens. Digital Minister Cedric O defended the project and said it includes guarantees protecting privacy rights. He said downloading the app is voluntary and data collection and the app itself are both meant to be temporaryFrance started to relax lockdown rules on May 11 and Prime Minister Edouard Philippe is expected to further ease controls next week. The app will be available to download on June 1 on the Apple and Alphabet’s Google app stores, O said on Wednesday.Read More: Apple-Google Virus-Tracking Rules Put Apps in a Privacy BindStopCovid will work with a smartphone’s bluetooth technology and will send out an alert to its user if they come within a meter of a person carrying the virus for more than 15 minutes. In case of exposure, the user will be asked to self-isolate quickly, reach out to their doctor and get tested. The app received the backing from the privacy watchdog CNIL on Tuesday.The approval didn’t come without warnings from lawmakers. Damien Abad, member of the National Assembly for opposition party Les Republicains criticized the app, associating it with a “nightmarish Orwellian society,” of state surveillance in a debate before the vote on Wednesday. Other lawmakers like Virginie Duby-Muller argued this app wasn’t enough to compensate for a lack of testing since the pandemic struck.Read More: The World Embraces Contact-Tracing Technology to Fight Covid-19Contact tracing apps have had a mixed result across the world so far. Singapore was one of the first to launch TraceTogether in March but due to its relatively low adoption, a lockdown couldn’t be avoided in the country. In Australia, which launched its own tool last month, only one person has been identified using data from it, the Guardian reported on May 23. There are still “strong doubts” about StopCovid’s compatibility with similar apps from other European countries, O told lawmakers on Tuesday.The French app, which is similar to one being developed in the U.K., is designed by national players, unlike the apps in Switzerland and Germany, which are based on a platform jointly developed by Apple Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google.Read More: France Says Apple Bluetooth Policy Is Blocking Virus TrackerO pushed for the homegrown solution and criticized Apple for not changing its bluetooth settings to allow the French state to ease its app’s use. France’s conflict with Apple is part of a broader debate about how much data U.S. tech giants should collect and who should have access to it.StopCovid is “too serious a hindrance to our right to secrecy,” Sacha Houlie, member of the National Assembly for Macron’s party said before the vote on Wednesday. “I fear the surveillance society.”For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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  • France’s Dassault to Miss Quarterly Revenue Target on Coronavirus Impact
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    France’s Dassault to Miss Quarterly Revenue Target on Coronavirus Impact

    French software maker Dassault Systemes SE (DASTY) warned that first-quarter revenue growth will be lower than forecast as a result of weaker income from new licences and services activity.Dassault disclosed that revenue should grow by 14% to 17% at constant currency in its first-quarter, according to preliminary results. This compares with at least 20% in revenue growth Dassault initially expected at constant currency level, it said. As such total revenue would come 2.5% to 5% below the low-end of its guidance.“This unprecedented SARS-CoV-2 crisis will create tremendous challenges for society at multiple levels,” said Bernard Charlès, Dassault Systemes’ Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “In this context of great uncertainty, we believe it is good governance to give a preliminary indication of its impact on our revenue for the first quarter 2020.”Four-star analyst James Goodman at Barclays and Laurent Daure at Kepler Capital both tell investors to Hold the stock. The $164.13 average price target for the shares implies 16% upside potential in the next 12 months. (See Dassault stock analysis on TipRanks)In addition, Dassault forecast that recurring software revenue, representing about 84% of its software revenue during the quarter, was in line with its initial guidance and drove the growth during the period. Overall, total revenue was mainly driven by the good performance of its recently acquired U.S. firm Medidata, the company said. In June last year, Dassault bought Medidata, a U.S. firm focused on clinical trials for $5.8 billion, in a move to build up its life sciences presence.“We are working extensively with Medidata to identify enhanced and innovative ways to assist pharmaceutical and medical devices companies in analyzing the impact of the pandemic on the clinical trials and leveraging current and developing technologies to mitigate risk through increased use of virtual capabilities,” Pascal Daloz, CFO at Dassault. On April 23, Dassault will present its financial results and give more details on its annual outlook, the company said.Related News: CryoLife Pre-Releases Low 1Q20 Revenues, Pulls FY20 Guidance FTC Sues to Unwind Altria Group’s $12.8 Billion Investment in JUUL General Motors US Sales Hit in First Quarter as Coronavirus Keeps Buyers Away More recent articles from Smarter Analyst: * Fiverr (FVRR) Stock Is a COVID-19 Winner; Analyst Says 'Buy' * Pluristem (PSTI): Strong Preliminary COVID-19 Results Are a Game Changer, Says Analyst * Caution Looms Over Facebook (FB) Stock as Ad Revenues Plummet, Says 5-Star Analyst * 3 Spinoff Stocks Ready to Soar on Their Own

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    U.S. and European defence firms backed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's military modernisation drive at a defence exhibition on Friday, despite a lengthy procurement process running into years and limited funds. Airbus SE and U.S.-based Lockheed Martin Corp and Boeing Co. are eying multi-billion dollar deals under Modi's aim to upgrade an ageing fleet of aircraft and enhance local arms manufacturing to cut imports.

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    REFILE-France seeks own alternative to Palantir data firm in helping fight terrorism

    France wants to develop a domestic alternative to U.S. data analytics company Palantir to help it prevent terrorist attacks but will meanwhile renew its contract with the firm, a senior French intelligence official said. Palo-Alto based Palantir, which specializes in crunching and analysing large quantities of data, was hired by French intelligence services in the wake of the November 2015 Islamist militant attacks that killed 130 people in Paris.

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  • France recruits Dassault Systemes, OVH for alternative to U.S. cloud firms
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    France has enlisted tech companies Dassault Systemes and OVH to come up with plans to break the dominance of U.S. companies in cloud computing, its finance minister said on Thursday. Paris is eager to build up a capacity to store sensitive data in France amid concerns the U.S. government can obtain data kept on the servers of U.S. companies such as Amazon and Microsoft.

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