Bulletproof, leading Australian-owned mission critical cloud provider, has showed strong growth in its first half financial results for FY2015. The growth shows Australian businesses are taking cloud services more seriously, increasing investment, and putting more IT infrastructure in the cloud.
A 46% increase in revenues was reported, hitting $11.9 million, with a 20% increase in underlying EBITDA to $1.2 million. New clients include Qantas and Amaysim, which makes more than 600 major clients in total. Plus, they have doubled their headcount in a year.
Founded in 2000, Bulletproof provides Managed Cloud services to business, enterprise and government customers and is at the forefront of helping major enterprises transition from traditional data centres to a mix of hybrid and public cloud services.
Bulletproof CEO, Anthony Woodward, said: “We are really excited to have delivered such strong growth for the period. It reflects the way our Managed Cloud business is tracking the transformation that public cloud services bring to the industry.
“Our client wins show the trusted partnership position that Bulletproof enjoys. We help leading organisations leverage the cloud to transform their business, while achieving both compliance and high performance business outcomes. With the addition of our recent acquisition, we bring a comprehensive service suite to the market. Businesses are increasingly looking for a consulting service to help them select, plan, implement and manage their move to the cloud.”