Ambitious integrator Thesaurus is looking towards European expansion after seeing an increase in its services business.
The Milton-Keynes-based firm, which turns over about £20m and has some 90 staff, has bucked the downturn by controlling costs, and has seen revenue increase by 29 per cent over the past year, with profit margin rocketing by 38 per cent.
The firm partners with vendors such as IBM, HP and Microsoft, with particular strength in sectors such as car manufacturing, finance and retail.
Mike Vinten, chief executive of Thesaurus, said: “Our specialism is the datacentre, and the services side of the business has doubled over the past year. We are still recruiting staff.”
He added that the company would not rule out acquisitions as well as organic growth.
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