Despite being headquartered in London, this managed service and IT infrastructure provider to the global capital markets industry now counts the US as its largest market. Revenues rose by 38 per cent to £50.5m in its year to 31 December 2017, with £32m generated by its US arm and £16m by the UK. Net profits fell from £3.1m to £662,000. In October 2018 the company, which counts Brocade, HPE and Microsoft among its partners, opened an office in New Zealand.
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