This Buckinghamshire-based multi-vendor support specialist stumbled to a £2.4m net loss in its year to 31 March 2017 as a number of exceptional costs, including a settlement with HMRC, weighed on its bottom line. Revenues also tanked by 18 per cent, which it attributed to its "planned withdrawal" from low-margin business. The Huawei, HPE and Fujitsu partner claimed, however, that actions it has taken during the year will set it up well for the future.
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