Cloud and managed services provider, ANS Group, has reported its 14th year of strong growth, announcing revenues of more than £62.6m for the period ending March 31st.
Results for the company’s financial year revealed EBITDA before one off items at 31st March 2017 of more than £12.2m, following continued demand for its end-to-end cloud and managed services offerings.
The company has also secured places on the government’s Technology Products 2, Technology Services 2 and G-Cloud IX procurement frameworks.
Significantly, ANS became both an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Partner and Microsoft Gold Cloud Partner, strengthening its reputation among UK cloud service providers.
It has continued to strengthen relationships across a broad range of sectors during the last six months, winning contracts with TrustFord, Salford City Council, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency and Greencore Group.
Paul Shannon, CEO at ANS commented: “Throughout the year we have focused on extending our reach across our vertical sectors. As a result, we’ve won several key public and private cloud managed services contracts and we have a clear strategy in place to continue growing our customer portfolio over the coming months.
“Our state-of-the-art technology solutions and focus on providing world-class standards of service have generated consistent growth with our public cloud offering and fully managed services so far this financial year. This growth is a testament to our skilled and hard-working teams, which we will continue to invest in, in order to retain and develop the best talent.
“Our mission is simple as we remain committed to providing our customers with innovative technology, world class expertise and exceptional service, enabling them to drive their business forward. I am extremely confident in the team’s ability to achieve our targets for 2018 and beyond.”
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