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Fusion celebrates thriving business on ten year anniversary of buy-out
Published on 09 Jul 2012
Today on its tenth anniversary as an independent company, IT Service Management specialist and BMC partner, Fusion Business Solutions celebrates 40 quarters of profitability and continuous growth. Since Fusion’s management buyout in 2002, business has gone from strength to strength and the team has continued to expand.
Fusion has increased its revenue six times over since its management buyout and it has retained many of its original customers. In order to sustain that growth, Fusion has recently appointed two new sales team members. Paul Trevorrow who has over 15 years’ experience in sales and management and a proven track record in managing strategic accounts and sales teams. In addition, Arshan Kaiserimam who has a successful background incorporating consultative sales, project management and product management within the e-learning sector, also joins Fusion.
“One of the key reasons for our success to date is our focus on IT Service Management and the BMC product portfolio, where we aim to be experts, with a deep understanding of the market and BMC solutions,” says Fusion Business Solutions CEO, Mark Lyttle. “Also as a service provider, our continual re-focus over the 10 years on customer service is critical as customers are more demanding than ever.”
“We are delighted to celebrate our tenth anniversary in such a strong trading position – it’s a testament to the dedication of our team and the innovative solutions we offer that in tough trading conditions, the company remains buoyant,” says Lyttle. “It is also important that we share that success and we will continue our policy of donating one per cent of our profits to charity.”
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