Commsworld Reports over £15m Revenues
SCOTLAND’S largest independent telecommunications provider has announced record revenues with surging growth also forecast.
 of over £15 million, up 15% on the previous year.
The impressive growth comes following a number of large public sector contract wins, including work on ICT contracts for both City of Edinburgh Council and Scottish Borders Council.
Projections for 2018 are showing even stronger growth, with an expected turnover of more than £20m, after the firm landed its largest ever deal, a milestone seven-year £30million agreement to become the key provider within Glasgow City Council’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) contract.
The firm has also been able to grow its headcount, with more than 80 staff now employed across locations including Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh – and is hoping to reach 100 in the coming months.
Ricky Nicol, Chief Executive of Commsworld said: “It’s been a terrific year and it’s testament to the hard working team we have that we’ve enjoyed this record year of growth.
“We’re all delighted that 2017 has been the best year in our history. After taking the decision to provide a personal and tailored service to businesses, we’ve seen more and more clients join us or choose to renew their contracts with us.
“But the real step up for us as a business has been proving that we can deliver excellence on the biggest public sector ICT contracts in Scotland.
Commsworld landed contracts with both City of Edinburgh Council and Scottish Borders Council to ensure those living and working in the regions will benefit from ultra-fast broadband which will transform both area’s wider infrastructure. Figures for 12 months ending December 2017
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