19. Daisy Corporate Services

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Revenue: £195.4m (-2%)            

Staff: NA

Based on the historic acquisitions of Phoenix IT, Alternative Networks and Damovo UK, Daisy's corporate IT services arm saw revenues slide two per cent to £195.4m in its year to 31 March 2022. EBITDA fell from £41.7m to £36.3m, which it blamed partly on tough comparables from the previous year. A post year-end deal to take on customers of fallen rival Sungard bolstered Daisy Corporate Services' position as the UK's largest provider of business continuity services, it claimed. The wider Daisy business saw revenue from continuing operations come in flat at £341.2m.

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