NSC celebrates $50m milestone

Sep 17, 2008 2:56 PM
Filed under Communications

The NSC Group has its party hats on as the company celebrates breaking the $50 million revenue barrier for Financial Year (FY) 2007/08.

Only six months shy of its 20th birthday celebration, the Australian voice integrator said it has grown from revenues of $28.8 million in FY2004/05 to $51 million this year.

According to Craig Neil, managing director at NSC Group, its staff numbers have also doubled in the same period growing from 75 to 151.

“We expect to open our first New Zealand office before the end of this calendar year,” he said.

“We have added brands such as Sun and Polycom to existing vendor partners, like Avaya, Verint, Alcatel Lucent and Enterasys.”

He claimed NSC’s managed services offering continues to gather momentum as more and more organisations opt for selective outsourcing in their quest to maintain a balance between daily operational responsibilities and large scale projects.

“The Professional Services team has also been busy, successfully completing 518 projects during the past 12 months,” said Neil.

He claimed 2008 will be a year of adjustment - and opportunities - with managed services continuing to experience strong growth as companies look to reduce risk and lower costs.

 
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