Datacentrix has made its half-year growth figures public, showing ZAR1 billion (US$100.3 million) revenue generated by the end of August.
While managed services grew by 21 per cent and infrastructure areas by 25 per cent, general earnings indicated a 22 per cent spike.
Cash income amounts to ZAR48.1 million (US$4.83 million) with group operation signifying an improvement of 11 per cent.
Ahmed Mahomed, chief executive officer (CEO) at Datacentrix, said: “Our continued focus on intelligent, complex solutions is contributing positively to group performance on both profitability and margins.”
Other areas of growth included strategic investment, security, data centre and storage solutions.
“The group’s execution capability is also being acknowledged by the renewal of all of its key outsourcing contracts without going to market,” Mahomed said.
Marginal improvement was however experienced for business solutions as negatively impacted by the Gauteng-based enterprise information management (EIM) operations.
According to the CEO, Datacentrix’s focus on customers and providing value marks its position as a leading ICT player.
“Looking ahead, Datacentrix will continue to provide innovative solutions, enabling the implementation of our clients’ business strategies by harnessing the power of technology,” Mahomed said.
As part of its organic growth strategy, the company will also be open for acquisition opportunities to further growth capability.