Warrington, Cheshire (PRWEB UK) 6 December 2012
igroup ltd, a UK-based SharePoint provider, has posted annual sales growth of over 10%. It is the seventh year running that the organisation has posted double-digital growth figures, with the company only having been established seven years ago in 2005.
The company has been grown primarily through organic business and is forecasting continued strong growth. igroup operates a lean workforce but has recently recruited some key roles in operations and marketing.
Managing Director of igroup Steve Rastall said, “We’re delighted with the growth of igroup. These performance figures reflect the high standard of work that we produce as one of the leading SharePoint providers in the UK.”
igroup, originally based in Warrington but now with offices throughout the UK, specialises in Microsoft SharePoint services, including development, hosting and training. Since its inception, the company has worked with a number of major organisations, including NHS, Toyota and EON.
To find out more about igroup and the services it offers, visit: http://www.igroupltd.co.uk
igroup is a UK-based technology company that provides SharePoint solutions. Formed in 2005, the company has at least doubled sales revenue every year via organic growth since being formed.
The company is ISO 9001 certified and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with its specialist competency in SharePoint. It offers a range of SharePoint services including development, hosting, consultancy, support and training. igroup's Managing Director, Steve Rastall has been named in Insider Magazine's 'Top 25 Up & Coming Entrepreneurs' and it has also won a HOT 100 Fastest Growing Companies award.
igroup's clients have included Herefordshire County Council, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, Carmarthenshire Council, Manheim Auctions, Bibby Distribution, East Essex Council, Perivan, British Antarctic Survey, GVA, EON, Spice PLC, Health & Safety Labs, Davies Turner & Co, Greater Manchester Council, Imperial Tobacco, Tube Lines, Toyota and the Peabody Trust.