After a successful year, Razor, have announced an impressive 300% increase in turnover. This business growth follows a number of new client wins, contract renewals and new hires, as part of a continued rise in demand for Razor's expert services.
In the past 12-months, Razor have welcomed a number of new clients, including provision management business, Provision Tracker and asset tracking and management business, Acumentive.
As well this, Razor have recently renewed a number of contracts and began undertaking new projects alongside existing partners, such as ticketing platform, Ticket Tannoy, payment product provider, Fleetcor, and asset and maintenance performance business SSG Insight. Razor are currently undertaking various different projects, utilising technologies including AI, IoT, automation, iOS, Android apps and system re-engineering.
In order to meet the increasing demand for Razor's services, the business has also recently employed a raft of new hires.
Former Sales Director, Michael Viney’s promotion to Chief Commercial Officer earlier this year, has also helped to cement the company’s commercial success in establishing new business and development opportunities. Partnerships with organisations such as Microsoft, the governmental G-Cloud framework and the AMRC, have also assisted the business in forging new client relationships.
Jamie Hinton, CEO of Razor said: “It’s been an incredibly busy and exciting year for the Razor business, with new clients, projects and team members coming through the door. Increasingly, businesses are realising the transformation potential of different technologies, which is seeing demand for our services grow. We’re perfectly placed to help businesses find the solution that meets their needs and enables their business to become more efficient and successful.”
“We’ve been working hard, continuing to reinforce our reputation for helping our clients to achieve impressive results and growing awareness around the business. We’re thrilled to be bringing a successful year to a close and look forward to seeing what 2019 brings.”