66 European Electronique

Doug Woodburn
clock • 1 min read

Key points

Revenue: £63.6m (+25%)

Net profit: 1%  Staff: 132

A glut of higher-education deals helped this HPE Aruba partner swell revenues by a quarter and double net profits to £601,000 in its year to 31 March 2020. Rolling out a wireless infrastructure for University College London was among its juicer wins. The Oxfordshire-based outfit listed building a network operations centre and bagging Fortinet MSSP status among its annual highlights. It now plans to establish a secure operations centre.

Key points

Revenue: £63.6m (+25%)

Net profit: 1%  Staff: 132

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