- Morgan Stanley analyst EPAM) and $480 price target. EPAM Systems, Inc (NYSE:
- Management’s progress on its relocation initiatives underpins the company’s target of at least +20% Y/Y organic growth in a normalized environment, he noted.
- All of which were supported by solid demand, healthy pricing, and an ability to hire and train talent while navigating geopolitical uncertainty.
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- His multiple is broadly in-line with that of EPAM’s closest digital pure-play IT Services peers, which he saw as warranted given signs of resiliency in demand for EPAM’s services and delivery footprint.
- The analyst remained constructive on EPAM’s execution abilities around recruiting and delivery and its ability to deliver compounding growth in the future.
- He believes that EPAM is among the best-positioned IT Services companies to benefit from digital transformation spending given its 100% digital exposure, agile development-focused nearshore workforce, and disciplined acquisition-focused capital allocation strategy.
- Price Action: EPAM shares traded higher by 2.01% at $444.36 on Friday.
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