Top 10 Information Technology (IT) Companies in UK 2016
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1. Phoenix IT
Bringing Phoenix into the Daisy Group has made something that is really extraordinary.
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Phoenix's family in IT framework administrations, facilitating and business coherence and Daisy's history in business bound together interchanges and systems, join to give our clients access to a more extensive arrangement of complete end-to-end arrangements and business sector driving administrations. It is one of the leading IT companies in UK.
The Daisy Group is a main UK supplier of a scope of brought together interchanges and IT Services, including availability, voice, upkeep, and also cloud and facilitating arrangements serving 65,000 clients across the country.
Phoenix deliberately supplements Daisy's own becoming corporate and accomplice organizations serving mid-market clients and its offering to framework integrator accomplices. The biggest specialty unit at the organization, Partner Services, posted incomes of £49.8m, a drop of 12 for each penny. This territory was additionally spooky by the loss of the Cisco establishment where it gives support to integrators/affiliates that don't have limit or craving to do it without anyone's help.
Phoenix attempted to plug the Cisco hole by increasing top level accreditations from HP and Huawei to benefit their system unit for exchange clients, yet consequent contracts wins couldn't veil the general decrease.
The organization is taking a gander at making interests in an administration work area to accept responsibility for so specialists can choose if an issue can be settled remotely or on the off chance that it requires nearby backing. Ian Spence, portrayed the main half year for Phoenix as "soaked", highlighting the absence of money era at net level. He noticed early today that "financial specialists will search for enhanced requests in the second 50% of this current year to support monetary 2016 desires".
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The leading IT companies in UK were considered for this analysis and parameters like revenues, profits and employees were found. After this a consolidated score was calculated based on revenue per employee and profit per employee with 0.7 and 0.3 weightages respectively, and final ranking was done.