Birmingham based IT services and support provider, Icomm Technologies, has continued its impressive march to post 2005 profits up 18% year on year with a turnover of 2.2M.
The Deloitte Rising Star, which recently raised awareness of Camsnuffling - the theft of corporate data using a digital camera has high prospects for 2006. A major recruitment drive is currently underway.
As the IT sector remains flat due to slow replacement cycles, organisations are increasingly in need of good service and support for ageing and new systems alike.
In addition, IT is becoming recognised as an integral part of corporates trategy and organisations are reaching for the reassurance associated withi nvesting in quality outsourced service and support.
Icomms Ian Callens said: "Our continued growth is being driven organically through the provision of innovative solutions to the marketplace. That extends from our Total Support Points package, where subscribers purchase time blocks of support and health checks, right through to unique solutions for the implementation, service or even relocation of hardware and systems.
"The teams award winning commitment to working closely with customers to deliver tailored solutions to IT problems is what continues to reward us with growth and we look forward to another great year in 2006."