Eclipse Computing has posted revenue figures of $14 million for the last six months, a result driven by a surge in GST consulting contracts.
The Australian reseller and business management software developer also saw revenues rise by $10 million from six months ago.
"Our success comes from developing excellent working relationships," said Bradley Stroop, managing director of Eclipse Computing. "More than 80 per cent of our business comes from word of mouth."
Over 75 per cent Eclipse's business is generated by its SunSystems division, which has 190 clients globally.
SunSystems is a multilingual financial and accounting software package designed for mid-sized companies, made by Systems Union.
Eclipse claims it is the largest global business partner of SunSystems.
Local customers include Hoyts Corporation, Diners Club International, Walt Disney Australia, Nutrimetics International and Menzies Cargo Services.