Wildix has reported growth across 2021, with the company achieving 35 per cent global revenue growth and increasing its global headcount by 36 per cent. The unified communications and collaboration vendor pointed to its commitment to channel partners and the company’s new positioning as significant drivers of these results.
The UK contributed heavily to the company’s growth, with a UK revenue increase of 91 per cent. The company has expanded year-on-year since launching in the UK late in 2017, with 338 per cent growth in 2018, 294 per cent growth in 2019, and 79 per cent growth in 2020.
Steve Osler, CEO and co-founder of Wildix (pictured above, left), explained, “We made a decision to be specialised in increasing sales for our end-customers, helping our partners convert their business model from CAPEX to OPEX with a gradual but crucial change to the as-a-service approach. We are sure that this choice will be rewarding both to the company and our partners.”
Wildix will soon launch x-bees, an all-in-one platform dedicated to companies and enterprises that need to increase their sales. The new platform has been inspired by and integrated with CRM and business intelligence tools.
Emiliano Tomasoni, chief marketing officer at Wildix, said, “The promise of x-bees is much more than a collaboration tool. [It] is the smart browser-based UCaaS platform for managing your leads, improving customer service and increasing sales. Or, to be more precise, it’s the first browser-based platform in sales communication as a service.”