21 Phoenix Software

Doug Woodburn
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Key points

Revenue: £203m (+33%)

Net profit: 2%  Staff: 215

This York-based public sector software licensing specialist smashed the £200m revenue barrier in its year to 29 February 2020 on the back of 33 per cent growth. Net profits were flat at £4.1m. The Microsoft, Dell and VMware partner, which this summer bagged a £46m Microsoft licensing deal with Defra, snagged a place on "several" new public sector frameworks during the year. It is part of £740m-revenue Bytes Technology Group.

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