Aberdeen-based Orca Telecom has announced key energy sector contract wins worth an estimated total value of £600k since FY 2014/15 began.
These wins, which include Enterprise North East Trust, Harris Caprock, ADC Engineering, Ocean Installer, ITC Global, Grayloc and ADD Energy, come just as the company reports revenue in excess of £1.7million, a +70% growth in comparison to the previous year, following the submission of its FY 2013/14 results. Consequently the company has recently doubled its support team.
Rory McEwan, director at Orca Telecom comments: “We are delighted to have reported such a significant growth in our development as we continue our momentum within the oil and gas sector, locally, nationally, offshore and overseas.
“We have experienced specific growth in hosted voice services, particularly with businesses who are now finding themselves in the position to expand their services and move to larger or new premises. This is giving them the option to maintain business critical services at all times whilst retaining the flexibility to retain numbers and features, wherever their new location might be.
“Having applied our service-led strategy with open and honest communication we have had great success in gaining traction within our target sector and built some excellent relationships along the way. We were delighted to have been shortlisted against national competitors in the most recent Comms Business Awards for ‘Best Reseller’, which is testament to the hard work and commitment of the team here at Orca, and we are well on course to meet this year’s targets as we continue building the brand across Scotland.”
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