ASI Solutions cracks $84 million as managed services business maintains strong growth

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ASI Solutions cracks $84 million as managed services business maintains strong growth
Nathan Lowe, ASI Solutions

Significant managed services contract wins have pushed ASI Solutions to another year of revenue growth, crossing the $80 million mark in 2018.

The 32-year-old business' revenue grew $13 million, or 18 percent, year-over-year to $84.5 million in the 2018 financial year, compared to last year’s $71.5 million.

The company's managed services division grew 112 percent on the back of contract wins in tenders and an “aggressive” growth strategy within the local government, education, and corporate sectors, the reseller reported. 

“Recent achievements with new clients such as Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Flower Power, and NSW Ambulance has seen ASI’s customer base grow significantly to now serve well over 2600 organisations Australia wide,” ASI Solutions managing director Nathan Lowe said.

“In the coming 12 months we plan to see this continue to grow significantly and needed to ensure the team was structured in a way sustain it."

During the year, ASI increased its headcount by 15 percent, while also changing its leadership structure.

Nina McDonnell was appointed as head of people and culture, while Jason King and Karl Sice will lead the education and state government sales and commercial and federal government teams, respectively.

Jason Eaton meanwhile will lead a new division as head of customer experience, tasked with maintaining growth in customer satisfaction rates.

In February, ASI was named by the New South Wales government as one of the 13 IT solutions providers to deliver end-user devices and services to the state's various departments.

The company was also recognised by APC by Schneider Electric as its Premier Partner of the Year for 2017, and was one of three Australian partners to be awarded in its Innovation Summit in Sydney.

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