44 Sabio

Doug Woodburn
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Key points

Revenue: £89.2m (+24%)

Net profit: 5.7%  Staff: 446

A global pandemic has proved no drag on this Horizon Capital-based contact centre specialist's M&A ambitions, with Bristol-based Genesys partner Anana the most recent of four acquisitions Sabio has made in 2020. The London-based Avaya and Verint partner, which completed a £117m refinancing in January, saw revenues surge by nearly a quarter in its year to 30 September 2019, with net profits rising from £3.2m to £5.1m. Almost half of its top line was generated from outside the UK.

Key points

Revenue: £89.2m (+24%)

Net profit: 5.7%  Staff: 446

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