Integrated IT networking and communications specialist Arrowdawn has secured contracts worth £450,000 in the past month.
An award-winning Cisco specialist, Arrowdawn recorded turnover of £1.8m for its October 2013 year-end – an increase of 100% in the past two years.
The Aberdeen-based business is targeting turnover of more than £3m by the end of 2015.
Gordon Adie, managing director of Arrowdawn, said: “These latest contract wins put us in a very strong position to achieve our growth targets.
“The company has benefited from unprecedented demand for its services, including a high level of orders in the past month. This clearly demonstrates the degree of optimism present in the north-east business community for the year ahead.
“We firmly believe that the company’s commitment to providing excellent customer service has been pivotal in our ability to attract and retain leading businesses, particularly in the oil and gas industry.”
Arrowdawn, a Cisco Partner, offers a wide range of network services and communications products to customers who are looking to enhance the infrastructure of new or existing premises. This includes voice over IP telephony, video conferencing equipment, data network infrastructure and security solutions.
Established in 2000, Arrowdawn has a strong track record in working closely with companies where the networking and communications requirements are expanding and implementing effective solutions. The company also provides proactive maintenance of equipment and on-site support to clients.
A Cisco Scotland Commercial Partner of the Year in 2010 and 2012, Arrowdawn was a finalist at the 2013 awards.
These latest contract wins were secured in December 2013. Arrowdawn was also recently awarded contracts worth in the region of £600,000 with two North Sea operators.
The company, which is looking to add to its team of eight people, recorded turnover of £900,000 for its October 2011 year-end, rising to £1.8m in 2012.