IMI is not closing its doors on the possibility of hitting its $1 billion revenue goal earlier set for 2016 at a faster pace.
“You can never say never,” said IMI president and CEO Arthur Tan when asked if the revenue target can be attained by next year.
The Ayala-led firm has earlier set a $1 billion revenue target by 2016 which it hopes to reach by serving more energy, mobility, power, healthcare, industrial and security firms.
IMI’s consolidated revenues for the period ending September this year rose 19% to $650.1 million from $547.1 million a year ago.
It was able to generate $745 million in revenues by the end of last year.