Razorblue has taken revenue for the 21-22 financial year north of £12m, representing a record 48% year on year growth.
The north east MSP remains on target to hit its £20m turnover target by 2023 and now employs more than 150 people, with plans to add 40 more in the next 12 months.
CEO, Dan Kitchen said: “We continue to implement our growth strategy through geographical expansion, having completed another acquisition this year with others in the pipeline.
“We have also launched our own digital academy, working closely with local colleges, to help create the IT networking, development and security skills we urgently need in our industry.”
The company now has seven offices and expanded its reach into Scotland in 2021 following the acquisition of SARN Technologies.
Pictured (L-R): Dan Kitchen (CEO), Lee Harris (Non-Executive Director), Alan Timothy (Non-Executive Director), David Raper (Operations Director), Chris Gill (Managing Director – Business Applications), Mark Wilkinson (Group Commercial Director), Rachel Atkinson (Finance Director), Joanne Finkeldey (People Director), Jonathan Anderson (Technical Director).