Revenue: £43.7m (-4%)
Net profit margin: 1.1% Staff: 47
Following "extraordinary" growth in 2017, this IT VAR characterised its fiscal year to 31 December 2018 as one of "consolidation" after moving to a new central London HQ. Revenues fell four per cent to £43.7m as its small US arm suffered a "downturn". Moving its own infrastructure to the cloud has put its technical team in a better position to deliver similar projects for clients, the privately held Microsoft, HP and VMware partner claimed.