Law firm contracts help boost IT firm’s turnover to £8m
A HOST of contracts with law firms during the year have contributed to a 12% turnover rise for IT service provider Quiss Technology.
The Tamworth-headquartered business reported another strong performance with turnover hitting £8m for 2015-16.
A number of significant contracts were signed with law firms during the year, ensuring the legal sector still dominates the Quiss client base.
Verisona Law, Roythornes Solicitors, Turner Parkinson and Phillip Ross Solicitors were amongst those to sign up to Quiss Technology.
Growth of almost 30% over the last three years for Quiss has also been helped by diversification into new markets. In the last full financial year, clients such as National Windscreens, Arriva Trains, CET Infrastructure and EZE Group have helped the business build its reputation beyond the legal sector.
Quiss Technology managing director Andy Michael said: “It is gratifying to report yet another good year for Quiss, which keeps growth in line with our strategic plans.
“The legal sector has been a happy hunting ground for us throughout our 28-year history and remains so to this day. But welcoming more commercial sector clients demonstrates our managed IT service model works for any organisation seeking to exploit technology to deliver greater efficiency, increased productivity and more flexibility.”