41 GCI

Doug Woodburn
clock • 1 min read

Key points

Revenue: £94.1m (+9%)

Net profit: -33%  Staff: 487

This Mayfair-backed unified comms giant's true scale is not reflected in its latest accounts, which show revenue hitting £62.7m in the eight months to 31 December 2018 - a nine per cent pro-rated rise. Having gobbled two sizeable Microsoft partners in 2019 - including Telford-based MSP Nasstar for £79.4m in December - London-based GCI is now comfortably a £100m-revenue business. It holds eight Microsoft Gold accreditations, and also counts Enghouse, Cisco and Fortinet as allies.

Key points

Revenue: £94.1m (+9%)

Net profit: -33%  Staff: 487

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