Klemsy - Fotolia
Entanet has heralded partners for their support as the firm wraps up its twentieth year of trading with the chance of hitting a major turnover target.
At the start of the year the connectivity services specialist set its sights on reaching £36m turnover and is on track to hit that target, which will mean year-on-year growth of 12%.
A target of double digit growth was fairly ambitious given the tough market conditions and high levels of competition but were seen as achieveable back at the start of the year.
As well as expanding revenues the firm has also increased its head count to 115 from 100 this year and recently kicked off its first apprenticeship scheme, welcoming four youngsters looking to start a career in the ICT world.
Entanet chief executive Elsa Chen said that the role that partners played was core to the success of the business and would be going forward.
“The success of Entanet is wholly dependent on the success of our partners. We recognise that resellers need to have confidence, not only in the quality of the services that their suppliers deliver, but also that they understand what’s important in providing connectivity solutions and appreciate the challenges that resellers face today," she said.
One of the initiatives the firm launched this year was its synergi partner portal, designed to make life easier for partners, and there should be more things coming in 2017 to make things better for resellers.
“We’re looking forward to 2017 with eager anticipation. We plan to launch several new products and initiatives to help partners differentiate themselves, enter new markets and win more business," said Chen.
"The technology and the market is moving even faster now and this is an exciting time for resellers who can identify and capture opportunities," she added.