‘Innovating with emerging technologies’ is key to tech firm achieving revenue growth

Growth | Technology | Yorkshire

PTGLeeds-based Pure Technology Group has recorded its largest annual revenue growth in the group’s history.

The 23% organic uplift comes at the end of the firm’s second year of its ambitious three-year growth plan, with the firm finishing its 2017-18 financial year with nearly £28m turnover.

The IT firm is aiming to increase this further to £40m.

Contributing to this bottom-line boost is the company’s substantial investment in its existing suite of services, expansion to London, noteworthy achievements in the contracts market, inclusion in the UK Government’s G-Cloud 10 framework and an industry-leading tech expo – to name but a few.

Extensive development of the organisation’s newest service concepts – pureVR and pureIoT – will play a crucial role in strengthening its competitive advantage in the digital tech arena. Existing services have led to a roster of successful projects with customers such as BetFred, JCT600, SuperBreak and RSPB, in 2018 alone.

PTG’s COO Cliff Fox explained: “We’re an incredibly people-centric business, dedicated to innovating with emerging technologies and digital trends – as well as being driven to deliver tailored solutions that meet an ever-accelerating customer demand.

“Our augmented, assisted and virtual reality products aim to revolutionise the way training is carried out across every sector and also optimise business operations – especially where productivity and bottom-line benefits are concerned.”

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