Cloud Sherpas has hailed triple-digit growth in its European operations last year thanks to rocketing demand for cloud tech.
The cloud brokerage firm is headquartered in the US but has offices in the UK and across the EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions. All units of its business grew last year, it claimed, explaining that sales overall business shot up shot up 60 per cent.
In Europe alone, revenue rocketed 160 per cent over the same period. And revenue for its advisory business services alone smashed through the $70m (£46m) barrier.
The firm claims to be the only consultancy to support Google, Salesforce and ServiceNow, adding that each unit grew upwards of 50 per cent annually in 2014.
"Cloud Sherpas continued to work with the largest companies, with nearly 75 per cent of the firm's revenue coming from enterprise implementations," it said.
"Financial services, retail, healthcare, real estate and professional services were once again the top verticals for Cloud Sherpas, cumulatively accounting for more than 50 per cent of all new business."
Last year the company snapped up $10m of investment, which prompted it to open new bases in London, Brisbane and New York. Overall, the firm completed 1,400 cloud projects.
Cloud Sherpas' chief executive David Northington said: "Cloud Sherpas experienced a banner year in every aspect, with profitable hyper-growth of 60 per cent.
"Our focus is delivering the best experience to our clients and strategically positioning ourselves with the top cloud partners in the world. We have laid out aggressive plans for 2015 and will continue to drive strong growth. We are already off to a strong start in Q1 and I am enthusiastic about what we will accomplish this year. We look forward to continuing to help our clients realise the benefit of their cloud investment."
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