84 ANS

Doug Woodburn
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Key points

Revenue: £50.4m (-5%)

Net profit: 12.3%  Staff: 269

ANS was poised to complete its transformation from a hardware business to a digital and cloud consultancy when lockdown hit this March, chief executive Paul Shannon confided during a keynote for CRN's recent Future of MSPs event. The Manchester-based AWS and Azure partner saw revenues dip five per cent to £50.4m in its year to 31 March 2019, although services revenues swelled from £35.3m to £38.3m. Net profits of £7.1m make it one of this report's most profitable firms, relatively speaking.

Key points

Revenue: £50.4m (-5%)

Net profit: 12.3%  Staff: 269

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