Financial indicators.

Net value added.

The figures on net value added indicate the extent to which individual stakeholders of the Group participate in the company's performance in the form of wages or taxes, for example. Deutsche Telekom's net value added is the result of adding sales revenue to cash inflow from the sale of assets less operating costs and other expenditure. Net added value decreased to EUR 31.1 billion in 2011 from EUR 33.3 billion in the previous year.

Net value added.

in bil. €

Reporting against standards.
With this KPI, we fully cover the EC 1 GRI performance indicator (Direct economic value generated and distributed).

Net revenue, EBITDA and net profit.

A detailed clarification of our financial KPIs is available at www.telekom.com/investorrelations.

Net revenue, EBITDA/EBITDA margin (adjusted for special factors), and net profit of the Deutsche Telekom Group.
  2008
in bil. €
2009
in bil. €
2010
in bil. €
2011
in bil. €
a-c) see footnotes on page 3 of 2011 Deutsche Telekom Annual Report
Net revenue 61,7 64,6 62,4 58,7
EBITDA (adjusted for special factors)a, b, c) 19,5 20,7 19,5 18,7
EBITDA margin (adjusted for special factors) (in%)a) 31,6 32,0 31,2 31,8
Net profit 1,5 0,4 1,7 0,6
 

Personnel costs and personnel cost ration.

During the reporting period, the personnel cost ratio could be maintained throughout the Group at 23.2 percent.

 

Personnel costs and personnel cost ration for the Deutsche Telekom Group worldwide.
 2008
in bil. €
2009
in bil. €
2010
in bil. €
2011
in bil. €
*Special factors in billion €, calculated and rounded on the basis of millions for the purpose of precision. Expenses for staff-related measures (early retirement arrangements, severance and voluntary redundancy payments, compensation payments, etc.) primarily in the Germany (-0.6), Europe (-0.1) and T-Mobile USA (-0.1) operating segments, as well as at Group Headquarters & Shared Services  (-0.2).

2010: Expenses for staff-related measures (early retirement arrangements, severance and voluntary redundancy payments, compensation payments, etc.) primarily in the Germany (0.4), Europe (0.2) and Systems Solutions (- 0.1) operating segments, as well as at Group Headquarters & Shared Services  (- 0.1).

2009: Expenses for staff-related measures (early retirement arrangements, severance and voluntary redundancy payments, compensation payments, etc.) primarily in the Germany (- 0.3) and Systems Solutions (- 0.1) operating segments, as well as at Group Headquarters & Shared Services  (- 0.1).

2008: Expenses for staff-related measures (early retirement arrangements, severance and voluntary redundancy payments, compensation payments, etc.) primarily in the Germany (- 0.8) and Systems Solutions (- 0.3) operating segments.

Personnel costs in the Group 14,1 14,3 15,1 14,7
of which: Germany 9,8 9,0 9,2 9,2
Special factors* 1,1 0,5 1,0 1,2
Personnel costs in the Group adjusted for special factors 13,0 13,8 14,1 13,6
Net revenue* 61,7 64,6 62,4 58,7
of which: Germany 29,7 28,4 28,1 27,2
Adjusted personnel cost ratio, Group (in %) 21,2 521,4 22,5 23,2
Adjusted personnel cost ratio, Germany (in %) 29,9 30,1 30,4 30,6
 

Revenue per employee.

In view of increased performance pressure at the international level, Group-wide revenue per employee decreased slightly during the reporting period. In comparison, we were able to keep the generated revenue per full-time equivalent (FTE) constant at Deutsche Telekom in Germany at a level of €221,000.

Revenue per employee.

 

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