IT service provider, Kiandra IT, has continued its track record of yearly earnings growth reporting a 23 per cent increase in revenue for the 2010/11 financial year.
Kiandra Managing Director, Cameron Brookes, said the company’s performance was very pleasing in a year of high internal investment. He was confident in the outlook for 2011/12.
“FY11 has been a great period for Kiandra, and our efforts have been formally recognised through many accolades, confirming our presence as a growing IT service provider,” Brookes said.
“Kiandra has invested heavily in areas that will lead to strong revenue contribution in FY12 and beyond, including new systems and the internal investment required to service new contracts.
“Last week, Kiandra was named a Partner of the Year Finalist in the Microsoft Australia Partner Awards, receiving two award nominations in the Software Development category.”
“With our expanded service offering, new cross sell opportunities and strong business confidence levels we expect to see new contract momentum grow in FY12,” he said.
In 2010/11, Kiandra picked up a number of new clients including Coles, Jenny Craig, Advanced Hair, Cancer Council and extended engagements with existing customers including the Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria Police, Commissioner for Law Enforcement and Data Security and T2.
Kiandra was also named as a finalist in the Telstra Business Awards and ranked 16th best employer in the BRW Best Places to Work list.
Partners with K2
The company also recently signed an agreement with software company, K2, and will become a Service Provider Partner.
K2 offers advanced workflow software that increases business efficiencies and simplifies work by automating processes and streamlining operations.
Kiandra director - software development, Martin Cooperwaite, said K2 added to Kiandra’s solution portfolio and extended the breadth of software development services offered to new and existing customers.
“We specialise in Microsoft technologies and the .NET platform so K2 is a logical step for us. K2’s tools are built on Microsoft technology and it has more integration points than any other software product in the space,” he said.