Cloudsoft accelerates growth through new business wins and team expansion

Ross Gray, CEO of Cloudsoft
  • Cloudsoft has seen high double-digit growth in business revenue during H1 2021.
  • Headcount almost doubles as recruitment drive continues.

CLOUDSOFT, the innovative software and expert-led service provider, today announced strong performance in the first half of 2021, including high double-digit growth in revenue across both strands of its businesses: AMP and Tempo. This follows a strong full year result in 2020 of 40% growth in revenue. To help manage this ongoing growth, the company has nearly doubled its headcount and is continuing to actively recruit.

Cloudsoft helps businesses reduce complexity around IT through software and consulting services business strands. AMP is a Gartner-recognised Digital Platform Conductor software tool designed for companies with complex hybrid IT environments to help them strategically manage critical applications and ensure continual resilience. Through its consulting services arm, Tempo, the company supports clients on a faster journey through digital transformation by exploiting the benefits of public cloud.

Since January this year, Cloudsoft has secured strategic business wins with new and existing customers across the financial services, security and aerospace, and technology sectors. This includes the largest ever AMP deal secured by the business in its history.

In line with the upturn in business and revenue, Cloudsoft has recently welcomed new team members across all functions of the business, including expanding its management team with the appointment of Linda King as Chief Go-To-Market Officer. Linda has over 20 years’ experience in the technology sector and joined Cloudsoft from managed hybrid cloud services provider, Brightsolid. Cloudsoft has also strengthened its board with the appointments of Scott Leiper as Chairman and Mark Sutherland as Non-Executive Director. Both bring significant experience directly relevant to the growth strategy of the business. 

Ross Gray, CEO of Cloudsoft, said: “This is a pivotal time for our business, and for the tech sector as a whole. The role of technology in helping businesses ensure stability and agility has never been clearer, fuelled by changing working models because of Covid-19. Our growth has stemmed from more clients seeking better value from their tech investments and embracing digital transformation without being slowed down by legacy systems.

“We’ve built on this growth by almost doubling our staff numbers this year and are continuing to actively recruit. We are seeing increasing traction from major global enterprises in financial services and beyond for Cloudsoft AMP driven by compliance and innovation agendas. We are also continuing to work closely with our strategic partners, including AWS and Fujitsu, and are aiming for premier AWS partnership status. Thanks in no small part to the work our team has put in, we’re tracking ahead of our targets for the year and it’s looking like it will be a standout year for us.”

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