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Ansys Inc ANSS Stock Quote

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Wide-Moat Ansys' Q3 Results Strong, Though Currency Headwinds Undeniable; Rare Opportunity to Buy

Julie Bhusal Sharma Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

| Julie Bhusal Sharma |

Ansys’ third-quarter results were strong, beating management’s annual contract value, revenue, operating margin, and EPS outlook and leading to a raised constant-currency outlook all around for the year. We are maintaining our $242 fair value estimate for the simulation software standard, as fourth-quarter results are expected to come in slightly lower than originally forecast due to the strong U.S. dollar offsetting the effects of constant-currency strength that will seep into the long run. We view Ansys shares as nicely undervalued, trading near $211. We consider this to be a rare opportunity to buy into the wide-moat name, as we believe the stock is typically overvalued in normal economic times due to the topnotch quality of the company, which normally leads to a premium, in our view.

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Company Profile ANSS

Business Description

Ansys is an engineering software company that provides simulation capabilities for structural, fluids, semiconductor power, embedded software, optical, and electromagnetic properties. Ansys employs over 4,000 people and serves over 50,000 customers globally, including those in aerospace defense and automotive.

Contact
2600 ANSYS Drive
Canonsburg, PA, 15317
Industry Software - Application
Employees 5,500

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FAQs for Ansys Inc Stock

No. ANSS does not currently have a forward dividend yield.
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ANSS’s market cap is 21.25 Bil.
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ANSS’s stock style is Mid Core.
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ANSS’s price/sales is 10.55.
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ANSS’s price/forward earnings is 29.07.
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ANSS’s price/book is 4.68.
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ANSS’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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