Gamma hails comms channel resurgence

B2B comms provider Gamma Telecom has pointed to growing levels of channel confidence after posting record financial results for 2010. Underlying revenues at the Newbury-based firm were up 5.6% year-on-year to £126.2m, excluding the impact of the loss of its Tiscali contract. EBITDA increased 2

B2B comms provider Gamma Telecom has pointed to growing levels of channel confidence after posting record financial results for 2010.

Underlying revenues at the Newbury-based firm were up 5.6% year-on-year to £126.2m, excluding the impact of the loss of its Tiscali contract.

EBITDA increased 21.5% to £7.9m while pre-tax profit was up 69.6% to £3.9m.

CEO Bob Falconer said the firm had demonstrated solid improvement during 2010.

"Our customer base has widened and strengthened with a much reduced dependency on any single customer, and a rapidly growing contribution from new products such as our Inbound suite of services," he said.

Falconer pledged further investment in new partner-centric services for 2011, among them a range of data services, a hosted services platform, and a wider mobility offering building on a recently signed MVNA agreement with Vodafone.

 

 

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