This Microsoft Dynamics and Sage partner's most recent annual results, covering an elongated 17-month period ending 30 November 2017, showed an eye-watering £13.4m net loss on revenues that fell six per cent to £118m (we have annualised these figures for the purposes of this profile). But the AIM-listed firm, which now generates a fifth of revenues from its own intellectual property, is enjoying a brighter 2018 under new CEO Adalsteinn Valdimarsson following efforts to restructure and refocus.
Bidding process for successor to Network Services framework, which features the likes of Softcat and CDW, begins
Acquisition of education company The Consortium and strong international sales contributed to growth
Technology Management MD James Crowter recalls when a customer's Dynamics 365 system went down following an unpaid bill
Reseller and vendor claim they can cut a customer's cloud spend by between 20 and 30 per cent