Sopra Steria - 2020 Universal registration document
5 2020 CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Notes to the consolidated financial statements
Services covered by fixed-price contracts iv. Revenue from services performed under fixed-price contracts is recognised over time (rather than at a specific date), in accordance with general revenue recognition principles, using the percentage-of-completion method in the following two situations: the services are performed in the customer’s environment or enhance a customer’s asset. The customer obtains control as the asset is created or developed; the contract provides for the development of highly specific assets in the Group’s environment ( e.g. solutions) prior to implementation in the customer’s infrastructure. The contract also provides for settlement of the value of such services in the event of termination for convenience (where the customer is entitled to do so). The Group has no alternative use for the asset created and has an enforceable right to payment for performance completed to date. Revenue and profit generated over time by services performed under fixed-price contracts are recognised based on a technical estimate of the degree of completion, measured as the difference between the contract value and the amount required to cover the total number of person-days remaining to be performed. Licences v. Should the analysis of a contract in accordance with the general principles identify the delivery of a licence as a distinct performance obligation, control is transferred to the customer either at a point in time (grant of a right to use), or over time (grant of a right to access).
A right to access corresponds to the development of solutions in SaaS mode. Changes at any time made by the developer to the solution that expose the customer to any positive or negative effects do not represent a service for the customer. In this situation, revenue is recognised as and when the customer receives and consumes the benefits provided by performance. If the nature of the licence granted to the customer does not correspond to the definition of a right to access, it is a right to use. In this situation, revenue from the licence shall be recognised on delivery when all the obligations stipulated in the contract have been met. A licence sale in the form of a subscription may be considered the sale of either a right to access an asset or a right to use an asset, depending on the rights and obligations set out in the lease signed with the customer. Principal/Agent distinction vi. Should the analysis of a contract in accordance with the general principles identify the resale of goods or services as a distinct performance obligation, it is necessary to determine whether the Group is acting as an agent or a principal. It is acting as an agent if it is not responsible to the customer for satisfying the performance obligation and for the customer’s acceptance, if there is no transformation of the goods or services and there is no inventory risk. In this situation, revenue is recognised for a net amount corresponding to the agent’s margin or a commission. Otherwise, where it obtains control of the good or service prior to its transfer to the end-customer, it is acting as a principal. Revenue is recognised for the gross amount and external purchases are recorded in full as an operating expense.
Other operating income and expenses included in Operating profit 4.2. Aside from the staff costs detailed in Note 5, Operating profit mainly includes the following items:
External expenses and purchases included in Operating profit on business activity
Financial year 2020
Financial year 2019
26 5244276: 7/ .<97:
Project subcontracting purchases
Purchases held in inventory of equipment and supplies
-17.1 -79.0 -40.5 -77.6 -12.9 -73.5 -13.1 -55.6 -26.0 -36.5
1.6% 7.4% 3.8% 7.3% 1.2% 6.9% 1.2% 5.2% 2.4% 3.4%
-23.0 -61.3 -36.3 -73.7 -20.4 -84.1 -20.5
1.9% 5.0% 2.9% 6.0% 1.7% 6.8% 1.7%
Goods purchases and changes in inventory
Maintenance and repairs
Remuneration of intermediaries and fees
Advertising and public relations
Travel and entertainment
Lease expenses only included costs excluded or exempt from the application of IFRS 16 Leases (see Note 9.1).
Other current operating income and expenses included in Operating profit on business activity 4.2.2.
Other current operating income and expenses amounting to income of €4.8 million (income of €13.7 million in 2019) mainly comprised net foreign exchange gains of €3.3 million (€10.5 million in 2019), which covered the foreign exchange impact of other components of Operating profit on business activity.
SOPRA STERIA UNIVERSAL REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2020
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