This excerpt taken from the DASTY 20-F filed May 29, 2007.
2006 compared to 2005: Revenue for the PLM segment, including ENOVIA revenue, increased 24.8% (27% in constant currencies) in 2006 to €943.3 million, representing 81.5% of total revenue (excluding €3.9 million of inter-segment sales). On a non-GAAP basis and excluding inter-segment sales, PLM revenue increased 25.6% (28% in constant currencies) in 2006 to €959.4 million, including ENOVIA revenue which increased 63.8% to €199.7 million. The increase in revenue in 2006 reflected principally the inclusion of MatrixOne and Abaqus, as well as solid revenue growth for CATIA and contributions from our other product lines. While overall CATIA licenses grew relatively modestly, as discussed below, CATIA revenue growth was strong as a result of increases in recurring revenue and services revenue.
Overall CATIA licenses increased 1.6% in 2006. A total of 35,343 CATIA seats were licensed for 2006 compared to 34,798 seats for 2005. Pricing for CATIA V5 decreased 1% on average (stable on a constant currency basis) for 2006 compared to 2005.
2005 compared to 2004: Revenue for the PLM segment, including ENOVIA revenue, increased 15.8% in 2005 to €753.6 million, representing 80.6% of total revenue (excluding €2.1 million of inter-segment sales) compared with €650.7 million in 2004 (excluding €1.5 million of inter-segment sales). On a non-GAAP basis and excluding inter-segment sales, PLM revenue increased 17.1% (17% in constant currencies) in 2005 to €761.8 million from €650.7 million in 2004. The increase in revenue in 2005 reflected principally strong year-over-year performances by our PLM brands, with solid revenue growth for CATIA, a 19.9% increase in our ENOVIA revenue and