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July 09, 2010 – Computaris - leading consultant and system integrator in the communication industry – announced the unaudited results of 2010 fiscal year. Computaris revenues in FY 2010 showed a profitable 27% increase in turnover returning a 40% increased in EBITDA.
“Within tough economic conditions Computaris agility and effectiveness in providing high quality services has been appreciated both by software vendors as well as service provides in the telecom space – and the proof is our increasing number of partners” noted Mr. Ian Tidder, Computaris CEO.
The increasing number of projects has determined an accelerating growth in the number of employees, Computaris registering a record 50% increase of its team; and the group is continuously recruiting in the countries it operates in.
Favored by the optimistic financial results, Computaris extended its regional footprint throughout FY 2010 with three more offices: in Malaysia, USA and a second office from Poland, in order to enrich its global presence and to maximize the quality of services offered to its existing customers worldwide.
“We are very optimistic about our continuous growth in fiscal year 2011. During second half of 2010, Computaris will significantly invest in increasing its customer base and enhancing its expertise in a whole range of future proof technologies. Also, the group has an active merger and acquisition program, planning to integrate smaller business under its tutelage or to merge with larger players in order to accelerate its growing ambitions” stated Ian Tidder.
Computaris specializes in system integration, BSS technical consulting and software development for software vendors and communication services providers (CSP) in Europe, Middle East, Africa and SE Asia.
It provides the highest level of expertise in the domain of communications BSS: billing, rating and charging, SDP (Service Delivery Platform), VAS (Value Added Services), messaging, provisioning, mediation, service management, mobile commerce and mobile payments.