A FIFE IT and Telecoms company has more than doubled its staff numbers in less than 18 months after securing a raft of new business that has helped increase its turnover by 69 per cent.
Dunfermline-based Exactive, which has received advice from Business Gateway Fife, saw its annual turnover hit £1.4m in April after securing contracts with the Scottish Government, Chivas Regal and Scottish Borders Council.
Set up six years ago by Scott Millar, Robert Hutchison and Craig Arbuthnott, the company - which provides Unified Communications and Managed Services to private and public sector organisations - now has over 80 well-known clients on its books and 20 staff.
Scott Millar, managing director, said: “We are in the unique position of being one of the few companies that are both Microsoft Enterprise Voice Certified Partners and Authorised Polycom Unified Communications Solution providers. This means we’ve achieved the level of expertise required to provide the most value to the customer when consulting and deploying our products. Our work was also recognised by Microsoft at a global level in 2010 when we were presented with the ‘Outstanding Voice Partner’ of the year award at the annual Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference.”
David Howie of Business Gateway Fife added: “Exactive is fast becoming a leading light in the IT and Telecoms world and we are delighted that our support will help them achieve their expansion goals.”