TomTom sees early signs of recovery during the second quarter

The announcement of the Ford SYNC 4 platform, which includes our traffic services, makes us particularly proud as it further expands our footprint in North America.

TomTom sees early signs of recovery during the second quarter
TomTom sees early signs of recovery during the second quarter

TomTom sees early signs of recovery during the second quarter

In the first half of the year we saw a large volume of deal activity for TomTom, combined with a high success rate. We converted multiple opportunities in both Automotive and Enterprise, which will contribute to future revenue. The announcement of the Ford SYNC 4 platform, which includes our traffic services, makes us particularly proud as it further expands our footprint in North America.

During these turbulent times, we are maintaining our investment level in research and development, laying the foundations for future success. We are making good progress on our 2020 priorities with further development of our connected navigation product and improvements to our Maps APIs,” says Tomtom’s Chief Executive Officer, Harold Goddijn.

“COVID-19 remains a challenge for the global economy, but our operational revenue is on the road to recovery from the lows experienced in April."

Operational Summary

  • A multi-year global traffic service deal for Ford’s SYNC 4 platform
  • A partnership with Delphi Technologies that delivers passenger car fuel savings of over 10%
  • A new global deal to provide maps and traffic data for ViaMichelin
  • A partnership with Foursquare to add millions of POIs worldwide

Financial Summary of Second Quarter of 2020

  • Group revenue decreased by 41% to €124 million (Q2 ’19: €211 million)
  • Location Technology revenue of €94 million (Q2 ’19: €116 million)
  • Automotive operational revenue decreased by 47% to €48 million (Q2 ’19: €90 million)
  • Free cash flow is an outflow of €54 million (Q2 ’19: inflow of €16 million)
  • Net cash of €373 million (Q2 ’19: €372 million)