LSE exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Software—Application. Location United Kingdom, Belfast.

Kainos Group plc [KNOS.LUnited Kingdom

1,291USD28 (+2.17%)

• At close Fri Nov 04 2022

2,093,969,547 USD
MARKET CAP
72.402
PE
0.847
BETA (5y)
22.900
EPS

profit

542%

for 5 years

profit

207%

for 3 years

profit

63%

for 2 years

profit

4%

for 1 year

profit

-15%

for this year

About Kainos Group plc

Kainos Group plc provides digital technology services in the United Kingdom. It operates through two divisions, Digital Services and Workday Practice. The Digital Services division includes lifecycle development of customized digital services for public, commercial sectors, and healthcare organizations. The Workday Practice division provides consulting, project management, integration, and post deployment services for Workday's software suite, which includes cloud-based software for human capital management, and financial management and planning that enables enterprises to organize their staff and to support financial reporting requirements. This division also offers Smart test and audit, a proprietary software. The company also engages in the property business. Kainos Group plc was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Belfast, the United Kingdom.

Kainos provides digital technology solutions and Workday deployments that allow organisations and people to work smarter, faster, better. Find out how we work with government and finance as well as offer a full range of Workday HCM technology services.

Kainos Group plc
https://www.kainos.com
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