The decision to expand into the UK four years ago has proven to be an astute business decision for Dublin firm DataSolutions.

DataSolutions today (20 April) reported €74m in turnover for its most recent financial year, signifying a 57pc increase.

Having entered the UK market in 2016, its operations there now account for 50pc of the overall business.

“We understand the pressure that organisations are experiencing at the current time and we are also aware of the ever more pivotal role that technology will play in the new ways companies operate going forward”

Now entering its 30th year in business, the Dublin-based company has set its sights on further growth in both the Irish and UK markets by 2022.

DataSolutions attributes its success to its dedication to delivering technical expertise and transformational technologies in the areas of mobility and IT security.

At the moment, the team is working closely with partner resellers to ensure they have the tools to adapt to the challenges created by the Covid-19 crisis.

The company performs as a vendor for global tech brands including Check Point, Citrix, HPE Aruba and Nutanix.

Channelling a fightback against Covid-19

“Since 2016, we enjoyed 30pc growth year-on-year but our most recent year has been exceptional,” said Michael O’Hara, managing director, DataSolutions.

“Everyone in DataSolutions is very focused on giving our customers the best service possible and certainly, our ability to offer a specialist service which is both professional and personal has been central to this success.

“And we are aiming to continue that level of support for our channel partners for years to come.”

O’Hara said that in the coming weeks, the DataSolutions team will be very much focused on working closely with partner resellers to ensure they have the tools they need to adapt to the shifting technological landscape created by the Covid-19 crisis and associated challenges.

“We understand the pressure that organisations are experiencing at the current time and we are also aware of the ever more pivotal role that technology will play in the new ways companies operate going forward. It has never been more vital for businesses to choose the solutions that will help them stay competitive, productive and successful – and we are helping companies to do just that,” said O’Hara

Written by John Kennedy (john.kennedy3@boi.com)

Published: 20 April, 2020

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