Zen Internet has announced another successful year in business as it celebrates its twentieth anniversary.
In the year to the end of September 2015 revenues rose 7.1 per cent from £50.6m (2014) to £54.2m and an increase in pre-tax profits to £3.2m.
Having grown from a pioneering ISP 20 years ago, today Zen is a multi-award-winning company which provides a full range of data, voice and cloud services to business and residential customers across the UK.
In October 2014, Zen made the significant decision to restructure the 400-strong employee business into three customer facing divisions: Small Business & Residential, Corporate & Mid-Market and Partnerships.
This restructuring has ensured that each division was well-placed to provide the support and solutions which best meet the needs of each customer group in an evolving technology landscape.
Finance director Matt Kay said: “The business continues to benefit from our customer-centric business model together with heavy investment in Zen’s network and expanding its product range.
“Zen has a long-term strategy of reinvesting profits into the business to ensure its future growth and these record-breaking figures underscore the wisdom of that decision by the senior management team. It is particularly pleasing to announce these figures as the company celebrates its twentieth anniversary.”
Mr Kay added: “Zen has many exciting initiatives in place for the next 12 months. These include further investment in our network and the launch of a series of new products to add further value and choice for our customers.”
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