ASI Solutions continues to expand across the Australian market following a wave of large contract wins, with the technology provider reporting record-breaking revenue figures during the past 12 months.
With revenue clocking in at $71.5 million for the 2017 financial year end, the figures represent an upturn of $8.2 million compared to 2016 figures, rising 12.95 per cent.
Triggered by a deepened focus on hardware and software deployment - coupled with the expansion of the company’s managed IT services and ‘as a service’ models - the Sydney-based business also doubled down on its advisory capabilities, though a new suite of consultancy services.
The shift in approach has seen the veteran provider increase service contracts in the past six months with key new contracts won across government, education and corporate sectors, with customers including Bakers Delight, Redeemer Lutheran College and Steadfast Business Solutions.
To facilitate such contracts, the business is also providing ongoing consulting skills, extending the service beyond the initial technology investment.
In addition, the new customer base is now supported by ASI Solutions’ professional services team, with headcount increasing 20 per cent during the past 12 months in line with the company’s managed services growth.
“As a company our mission is to be Australia’s favourite IT solutions provider and our achievements over the past 12 months are testament to team excellence and a desire to exceed in meeting customer expectations,” ASI Solutions managing director Nathan Lowe said.
“The opportunity for ASI Solutions in the year ahead is significant and we are uniquely positioned to deliver services for Australian public and private sector organisations which want to maximise their investment in IT by working with an award-winning, Australian owned, headquartered and managed service provider. We look forward to reporting on further successes in the coming months.”
Alongside customer growth and expansion plans, the provider has also purchased new office space in both Melbourne and Brisbane, housing staff and providing technical training facilities.
Furthermore, Lowe said ASI Solutions is also aiming to capitalise on increased levels of cloud adoption across Australia through the hiring of skilled sales, account management and engineering support across the country.
The stellar financial results follow the inking of an IT infrastructure management contract with Queensland independent school, Coomera Anglican College.
Revealed in May 2017, the contract covers the management of server and networking infrastructure, covering all back-end IT infrastructure, including physical and virtual servers, the storage array and both wired and wireless networks across the campus.