Sunbelt System Software expanded its turnover by 25.9 per cent for the year ended December 2005.
The distributor posted turnover of €14.5m with €1.7m of that generated solely in December last year.
Ian Masters, UK sales director at Sunbelt Software, said a proportion of its financial growth was due to its exclusive distribution agreement with NSI Software for the Double-Take data replication product across EMEA, Australia, New Zealand and Korea.
"These results are a great achievement for us. We're looking forward to carrying this momentum into 2006 and achieving even greater results," he said.
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