LinuxIT growth accelerates to 120%
Leading Bristol-based Open-Source specialist LinuxIT (Europe) has announced third quarter revenue growth up 120 per cent year on year. This surpasses the precedent set in 2010 when the Blended Systems Integrator™ reported its best ever trading year with a 50% revenue growth increase.
Chairman and Chief Executive Peter Dawes-Huish, said: “Economic conditions are forcing virtually all organisations to re-examine costs and apply more pressure on IT organisations to reduce expenses. This has been the catalyst for the widespread adoption of Linux and Open-Source and Open-Standards technology, and the outsourcing of expert services. We see the adoption of Linux based systems continuing to accelerate across all sectors of the economy.
"Our growth rate is testimony to that, and a reward for our investment in world class service, specialist people, systems, facilities and attracting new major customers. We are confident of achieving similar growth in 2012. LinuxIT is probably the only organisation in our field whose consultants and engineers have proven real life experience of helping enterprise customers make the right decisions in their adoption and deployment of Linux and to capitalise on the cost reduction, interoperability, flexibility, reliability, security, scalability, productivity and future proofing advantages that Open-Source and Open-Standards technology affords."
LinuxIT partner with some of the leading private and public sector organisations such as Bristol City Council, Vodafone, Carmarthenshire County Council, Tesco and Cable & Wireless Worldwide, providing infrastructure platform solutions for their mission critical IT systems.
This is proving yet again to be the time for Linux, and the time for LinuxIT.
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