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Krome Technologies Ltd, a technology consultancy company based in Surrey, UK, launched a new financial year report, announcing its strongest set of financial results and operational performance for 2017/18 after its ninth year of trading.

Addlestone, United Kingdom - February 11, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Krome Technologies Ltd, a Surrey based company delivering end to end business infrastructure solutions, announced a strong set of financial results and operational performance for 2017/18. The company has over a decade of experience offering bespoke managed services, including app and web hosting, security, infrastructure, hosted email, cloud backup, network monitoring, media archive and recovery, and many more.

More information can be found at https://www.krome.co.uk.

According to the new report, the financial year which ended on October 31 for Krome Technologies Ltd has been in its strongest position to date. The turnover exceeded £15m for the first time, increasing its annual turnover by 12% to £15.3m, with profits up by 19% from last year.

The company’s remarkable success is owed in large part to its increase in recurring revenue stream, their area of the business growing by nearly half again over the previous year.

In close dialogue with its customers, companies, partners and international organisations, Krome Technologies Ltd increased and enhanced its offering. Thus, they managed to attract new clients, while also expanding their level of support and services within its existing client base.

In 2017/18, Krome Technologies Ltd has continued to add skilled and experienced staff to their team. Successful recruitment was crucial for the company’s business success. Their aim was to ensure that they hire professionals with competencies that are in line with their business objectives, culture and values.

In addition, over the past year, they provided high-performance products and advanced security solutions for a number High Street names and they continue to be an extremely strong player in the retail, health care and the financial markets.

Founded in November 2009, the company has completed many events in order to raise money for the charity. This year, Krome Technologies Ltd supported a local children’s hospice charity, Shooting Star Chase, and their aim next year is to raise as much money as possible in a wide range of events, from gift wrapping over the festive period and volunteering in their shops right through to taking part in the London Marathon.

Sam Mager, Krome Technologies Founder and Commercial Director said: “As with any business, our primary focus is to generate revenue, however we have an excellent vehicle to give back to our local community and we are proud to be working with local Children’s Hospice Shooting Star Chase, a charity that provide care for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families. We are very proud of our growth and if this growth can be of a direct benefit to a charity such as Shooting Star Chase, that is something else for us to be hugely proud of.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling +44-1932-232345.

Contact Info:
Name: Dee Mager
Email: Send Email
Organization: Krome Technologies Ltd
Address: Krome House 246 Station Road, Addlestone, Surrey KT152PS, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1932-232345
Website: https://www.krome.co.uk/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 481221

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