Redstor services investment paying off

Man drawing on glass indicating growth

Data protection specialist Redstor UK is reporting a 20 percent bump in gross profits from its cloud services over the past 12 months.

The firm says it is now on the hunt for more sales people to drive further growth in 2014-15, claiming its recurring business revenue remains a key driver in the company’s success

“We understand the importance of having the right staff in place as we continue to grow the business, increase sales and build upon our reputation within the cloud services industry. Due to our continuous business development, we are looking to expand our sales team as part of a strategic move to increase growth in both the top and bottom line throughout 2014,” says Redstor general manager, Chris Sigley.

In 2013, Redstor grew its sales and marketing teams by 20 percent as part of a plan to bolster sales during 2014. As a result, the VAR claims to have seen significant growth in sales of its cloud-based backup services, particularly within the commercial space, gaining a number of significant new customer wins.

Adds Sigley: “Redstor are continuing to develop our existing cloud services whilst simultaneously looking to bring new services to market. In order to meet changing market demands, we are continuing to invest in innovative cloud solutions and remain focused on providing excellent service to our customers.”


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