AOMi Financial Performance 2011/2012

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AOMi report on their financial performance for the year to March 31 2012.

AOMi continue to grow, with group revenues of £13.5 million in the year ending 31 March 2012. Overseas revenues were ahead of expectations; this was due in particular to growth in South Africa and North America. AOMi Asia Pacific continues to generate strong revenue, and the recent additions of AOMi India and AOMi Middle East are showing early signs of growth in 2012/2013.

In 2011/2012, UK revenue was £8.4m; an increase of 95% on the previous financial year. This considerable growth represents the early results of AOMi’s plans to globalise Active Operations Management (AOM™) and open additional market sectors that can benefit from the AOM approach (best evidenced by large programmes in both the UK and New Zealand public sectors during the year).

UK profit for the financial year rose to £2.9m (from £1.8m in 2011), with a noted small fall in profit margin as a consequence of both new partnerships with tier one consultancies for delivery and increased investment in research and development to over 25% of gross revenue.

The AOMi contribution to the UK economy was recognised with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade at the start of the 2011/2012 financial year.

Following these results being published, TechMarketView, providers of authoritative research and analysis on the technology scene, have recently released an article reporting on the contrast in financial performance present in the back office workforce optimisation (WFO) market. The article is entitled ‘AOMi: locking into a growth-delivery cycle’ and it highlights AOMi’s successful financial results for the year ending March 31 2012.

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About AOMi

Active Operations Management International (AOMi) developed the Active Operations Management (AOM™) method to make it easier for service operations to be in control. AOM provides organisations with a structured and consistent operations management capability that is the catalyst for achieving operational excellence.

With global operations in six international regions, AOMi is a world leader in the improvement of performance in service operations. AOM has been adopted in over 35 countries by clients who recognise the value of consistent operations management; over 40,000 of our clients’ employees are actively managed by the AOM approach. Reflecting our global reach since forming in 2005, AOMi received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2011.

For more information about AOMi or to find out more about AOM please visit http://www.activeops.com or email press (at) activeops (dot) com

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