Fast growing VAR Indigo Technologies has bagged a number of new contracts as it looks to smash its financial targets in 2010.
The Aberdeen-based firm, which was set up in 2005, has recently secured contracts in the shipping, finance, oil and gas sectors worth over £107,000.
In the last financial year, the Microsoft Gold and VMware Enterprise partner, achieved a 20 per cent growth in turnover – hitting £550,000 revenue for the period April 2009 to March 2010. Indigo said it is ‘well on target’ to exceed its projected annual turnover for this year.
Sean Thomson, director at Indigo, said: “It is incredibly satisfying to secure these pieces of work that have highlighted our expertise in finding IT solutions to large and small businesses.
“The contracts secured by the team put Indigo in a very strong position for further growth in the coming year. As always we remain committed to maintaining the support we give to our current clients, while we continue to build on our client base in a steady but sustainable way," he said.
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