Cloud and tech specialist hits £42m turnover
Wakefield-based Solutionize Global has eclipsed £42m in turnover in the financial year 19/20.
The business is pumping substantial investment into new Mayfair premises, more recruits and a first-class IT infrastructure.
In 2019, the 11-year-old cloud and technology services and solutions provider tripled its turnover (from £4m in 2017 to £6.5m last year), quadrupled its headcount to a 40-plus strong team and launched a digital desk to support high-profile clients.
Additionally, Solutionize Global has joined technology giant Dell’s ‘Partner Program’ as a Gold partner to provide tailored solutions for customers looking to modernise their IT infrastructure.
The team will also continue to offer project teams and skilled resources across cloud, networking and IoT as part of the collaboration.
Solutionize Global is headquartered in Navigation Court, Wakefield.
As well as a rebrand and new website launch, the team has opened its second office – in Berkeley Square, Mayfair – and will also have staff operating from Dell’s technology hub in Bracknell.
Its latest recruits will take on skilled positions as solutions architects and project managers.
Company founder, David Bentley, said: “Our team has grown with the simple mandate to deliver an outstanding and flexible service.
“Therefore, it’s important we remain agile in our processes and invest in talent who are continuously challenging existing methods.
“We want to continue evolving and bringing the right solutions to the market that benefit our customers. This next phase of our business strategy does exactly that, we have a fantastic team in place to deliver the best outcomes.”
Rob Tomlin, vice president of UK and Ireland channels at Dell Technologies, said: “We are excited about the future with our new Gold Partner Solutionize Global.
“Dell Technologies and Solutionize Global partnering will offer their customers the true business outcome they desire due to Solutionize Global’s unique services capability across IoT, cyber recovery, cloud and SD-WAN.”