The company had posted a consolidated profit of ₹70.2 crore in the October-December quarter a year ago, it said in a regulatory filing.
Its consolidated revenue from operations in the third quarter rose 33.65 per cent to ₹251.4 crore against ₹188.1 crore in the corresponding period of the previous year, it added.
Commenting on the results Indiamart Intermesh CEO Dinesh Agarwal said it was led by growth in revenue, deferred revenue, paying subscription suppliers and cash flow from operations with healthy margins.
"Our strong balance sheet and sustainable cashflows enable us to continue investing in strengthening our manpower across the organisation as well as investments in strategic areas," he said.
The company will continue to invest behind the growth and focus on further strengthening our value proposition to leverage the emerging growth tailwinds due to accelerated digital adoption by businesses, Agarwal added.
Shares of Indiamart Intermesh Ltd on Thursday settled at ₹4,476.70 apiece, down 0.72 per cent from the previous close.