VAR Krome Technologies is bucking the downturn by celebrating 23 per cent growth in just its second year of trading.
The Surrey-based firm, which works with a number of vendors including Dell, HP, VMware and Citrix, saw turnover hit £7.9m and celebrated a record business month in October.
It also grew head count from 30 to 40 employees during the last financial year.
It moved to new larger premises at the start of the year and now boasts 14,000 sq ft of office space and warehousing facilities, with plans to develop an on-site customer technology demonstration centre. New vendor partnerships formed this year also include Xsigo Systems, Tintri and Veeam.
Rupert Mills, managing director of Krome (pictured), said: “Krome is committed to providing clients with the highest possible quality of service. In a struggling economic market, organisations are having to be vigilant when investing in new technology and engaging supply partners, and our financial growth confirms that we are meeting client demands and achieving service level expectations.”
And it does not plan to rest on its laurels for 2012, revealed Mills.
“As a relatively young organisation, in a tough market, we seemed to give ourselves fairly ambitious targets, but as we continue to achieve and exceed our goals, we are positive that 2012 will be another exciting year for Krome,” he said.
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