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Structured Cabling and Telephony Wholesale Contracts Wins Start Q2 Well for Coms

LONDON, April 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

 

A number of significant contract wins have been highlighted this morning by business and communications specialist, Coms. All parts of the growing business contributed to a strong March which starts Q2 well for the business. All contract awards will contribute to 2014's revenue targets and further underlines the confidence clients and industry has in the Coms service offering.

Redstone has seen a surge in structured cabling and maintenance work amongst its blue chip clients. With its 'OneSpace' offering coming on stream shortly, Redstone are accelerating their already bold offering. Coms Wholesale, meanwhile, has won a number of lines transfers as it seeks to further grow market share.

Coms and Coms Media are also pushing ahead with service delivery and creative solutions. The latest, most significant wins consist of:

  • Redstone has been awarded a number of new contracts ensuring £1.5m of revenue, including:
    • £1.4m of projects installing structured cabling to a number of leading investment banks and NHS Trusts;
    • £100,000 of maintenance assignments for leading providers of business services to global industry
  • Following a recent concerted marketing campaign, Coms Wholesale has secured hosted telephony traffic contracts from two resellers totalling £260,000 per annum.
  • The former CloudXL business - now branded as Coms - has secured the retention of a preeminent London authority to provide IT support and professional services. With a contract value of £94,000, this public sector offering is a reflection of the growth of the business.
  • Contracts worth £65,000 have been secured with three leading blue-chip organisations to provide integrated telephony. The scope for each client is wide ranging but will provide a best-in-class solution for their voice communication needs.

  • Coms Media are continuing their work with highly recognisable brands. They have secured a contract worth £30,000 with a leading drinks manufacturer. This work involves the production of highly creative computer generated imagery and graphics.


Dave Breith, CEO for Coms plc commented: "These contracts total almost £2,000,000 and are very impressive. The Coms businesses are continuing to deliver contract wins and work on substantial opportunities that will propel our group even further. We are not complacent - these awards give us confidence and will assist the achievement of targets I've set for the year ahead."

Notes to Editors 


The entire Coms leadership team are available to interviews with members of the media. We can outline our service delivery and plans ahead for the future. We'd also be delighted to welcome you to anyone of our new facilities. If you're interested in arranging a meet, please contact Chris Phillips on the details below.

About Coms 

Established in 2005, Coms is an end-to-end provider of telecommunications and IT services to business and industry. From hosted VoIP telephony to smart buildings to broadband to business infrastructure, Coms offers an unrivalled service built on innovation, passion and dedication. Unlike most VoIP providers, Coms does not rely on third party providers and we own and operate a UK based Carrier Class telephony platform.

With new subsidiaries Redstone, Coms Mobile, Coms Media added in 2013, Coms is a leading source of end-to-end business solutions to global industry and SMEs.

For more information, please visit http://www.coms.com.

 


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