IT services giant Dimension Data (DiData) has posted 15.9 per cent in year-on-year turnover growth to $3.1bn for the year ended 30 September 2006.
Group operating profit also increased by 50 per cent from $56.7m last year to $85m in 2006.
Brett Dawson, chief executive of DiData, said: “Our momentum as a profitable and growing company continued during FY06. We generated significant revenue growth in our network integration, converged communications and security lines of business.
"Our clients’ adoption of convergence - voice, video and data communications across a single, robust network - helped to drive our success. The solid performance in FY06 is a result of the hard work and commitment of our exceptionally skilled employees.”
Dawson added: “We will continue to invest significantly as we develop innovative solutions and services to meet the growing market demand for new communication solutions that can deliver cost efficiencies, improved productivity, and new revenue streams for our clients.
"The network platform becomes vital in a converged world, and must be interoperable with all devices and all communications methods that any user wants to utilise. This presents significant opportunities across Dimension Data’s chosen market segments, most notably network integration, converged communications, security and operating environments and messaging.”
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