Ultima Business Solutions is on a recruitment drive as it gears up to move to a new HQ in Reading.
The VAR said it is hunting for 35 school leavers, graduates and experienced sales and technical staff to join its ranks ahead of its relocation to Reading's Manor Park.
Ultima saw turnover hike by nearly a fifth in its last financial year and Scott Dodds – who joined as CEO from VMware in October – said the firm is on a growth charge.
"We have just celebrated our 25th anniversary in the IT industry, and the potential for Ultima to grow with our customers, as they innovate their businesses through modern technology and cloud services, is greater now than ever before," Dodds (pictured) said.
"We will retain our recently expanded London office near Fenchurch Street station."
All 230 of its Reading-based staff will move to the new premises in Manor Park, an 118,800 sq ft business and technology campus on Basingstoke Road, in the next few months, Ultima said. It has about 350 staff in total.
For its last fiscal year ending 21 March 2015, Ultima saw revenues rise by 19 per cent to £88.1m. Despite grumbling of increased margin pressure, EBITDA for the period rose two per cent to £2.4m, while net profit was flat at £1.44m.
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