Bullish VAR giant Ramesys has revealed an ambitious three-year growth plan and is planning a further recruitment drive later this year to cope with demand.
Most companies will see business dip slightly in response to the slower summer months, but the education specialist has revealed it is in its busiest period yet, helping schools get ready for September openings, as a result of its involvement in the Building Schools for the Future and Academies Programme.
Mark Chambers, chief executive of Ramesys, said: “We are on track in 2009 for revenue growth of 27 per cent and a further 35 per cent in 2010. We have already recruited 54 staff in 2009, growing headcount 20 per cent to meet our summer demands and we will begin recruiting again later this year to meet the next set of delivery commitments from our £170m order book.”
The VAR will start new services in 16 schools and academies in September from 24 scheduled this year. A further 45 more services are planned for 2010.
Fay Heathcote, HR director at Ramesys, said: “Our summer delivery programme in 2009 is another step up for Ramesys, but we have been planning for this for the last nine months, and we know it will build year on year too.
“More than 50 new staff have joined us since January 2009 as predicted, taking our total staff number up towards 300. We have been able to attract some very good people very efficiently on the back of our long-term government funded contracts.”
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