Gamma’s latest financial results has revealed strong growth across its indirect channel.
Results for the year ended 31 December 2015 showed that gross profits from indirect business hit £64.1m, with the unified comms dealer adding 109 new channel partners over the last year.
Overall profit also reached £82.3m, up from £67.6m the previous year.
Gamma attributed its indirect channel growth to an increased uptake in cloud services, as well as a greater public sector and b2b presence.
To address the latter, the dealer recently announced the launch of its new mobile service. Designed exclusively for business, CEO Bob Falconer (pictured) explained that service will launch in June this year.
He said: ‘We are pleased with the progress we have made in 2015. Our current strategic products of SIP and Cloud PBX have continued to drive growth. A growing reputation in the enterprise and public sector markets has helped us win sizeable orders, such as HMRC, via a channel partner and Taylor Wimpey and Peabody Housing through our own direct sales teams.
‘Excellent progress has also been made with our pipeline of new products; our multi-site data network was launched on time at the end of June 2015, our new mobile service is scheduled for full launch in June 2016, whilst at the same time significant value adding enhancements have been made to our strategic products.
‘We are also investing in reducing the cost of our access network by extending our own network capability deeper into local areas, with the first, reduced cost, access sites in London coming on line in May 2016.’