Redstone Mobile today reported a 34% growth in sales from £26m in 2007 to £34.9m this year.
The Ipswich-based company said the growth came predominately from the indirect dealer distribution channel.
Redstone Mobile which was acquired as part of the Symphony Group operates as a service provider and distributor of mobile telephony. It has strategic relationships with 02 and Vodafone.
The Redstone Group as a whole reported revenues up 78% to £200.7m with an operating profit of £3.2m compared with a lost of £400,000 in 2007.
Martin Balaam, Redstone CEO said: ‘We are now seeing the benefits of the acquisitions emerging, with cross-selling initiatives gaining momentum and the increased capability and scale of Redstone enabling the Group to secure multi-million pound, multi-year projects.
‘The board is confident in the group's ability to deliver its large scale contracts, progress its cross-selling and other sales initiatives and further develop the business both organically and acquisitively in order to increase shareholder value.’