VAR SICL is celebrating its sixth consecutive year of growth, despite the continued tough trading conditions.
The Leeds-based firm, which employs 33 staff, beat its turnover targets for its 2011 financial year ended 30 June, hitting just over £4.5m, and has increased both its customer base and contract win across the UK and Europe.
Cliff Fox, managing director of SICL, said: “It’s been really hard this year and some firms have even made a fanfare of a decreased performance.
"Our performance is only slightly up on last year, but this has been achieved in an adverse business landscape. It has definitely been harder than past years.
“The credibility for our success lies squarely with our staff – everybody rolled up their sleeves and worked harder.”
SICL has also begun to see success with its cloud based SICL Cloud offering and its SICL View managed service, he added.
In terms of future growth, SICL’s plan is to become a £10m reseller in coming years, he said.
“We have a pretty transparent business strategy which doesn’t include M&A but is based around organic growth,” Fox added.
“We see the cloud as a key part of our growth plans and we can offer customers great solutions, both in the SME space and at the bottom of the corporate market.”
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