Growth for IT firm
Turnover at Amor Group went up by more than 10 per cent to s33.89 million.
The Inchinnan IT company said revenues rose from s29.9 million thanks to growth in its transport, public sector and energy divisions.
Pre-tax profit rose slightly from s4.59 million to s4.71 million in the year to December 31, 2010.
John Innes, chief executive, said: We are pleased to report another year of excellent trading, with around 10 per cent organic growth in both revenues and earnings.
2010 proved to be a tough year, where our larger European systems integrator competitors saw an average decline of three per cent in both their revenues and margins.
Public sector ICT expenditure was reduced and the private sector was patchy, perhaps with the exception of the oil and gas sector.
However, what sets us apart are the business outcomes we design for our customers, which are delivered through a mix of technology products and services executed by energetic and committed people with deep expertise in the energy, transport and public sectors.
Our three key markets continue to offer huge growth potential and additional acquisitions will be completed in 2011 to further enhance and complement our business offerings.
Staff costs crept up almost s4 million to s16.5 million with the group employing 430 people at the end of 2010 having added 75 posts during the year.
The four company directors - chief executive John Innes, chief operating officer Scott Leiper, chief financial officer David Blyth and Sword Group executive chairman Jacques Mottard - saw their total pay package go from s232,806 to s392,220 with the highest paid receiving a s60,000 rise to s149,000.
Amor is aiming to grow its revenues to s72 million by 2013.