Weeks Financial Cloud released its financial results for the 2019 fiscal year on Thursday.
The Scottish technology provider, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange, saw an increase in revenue and profits when compared to 2018.
Last year, Weeks reported total revenue of £5.58 million ($6.88 million). This year that figure grew by 32 percent to £7.35 million ($9.06 million).
Profit growth was slightly less in percentage terms but still very positive.
The company’s filings indicate that the 2019 fiscal year saw a gross profit of £3.65 million ($4.50 million) – a 22 percent on last year when the equivalent number was £2.98 million ($3.67 million).
Weeks attributed its growth to new, higher-valueWeeksnts.
By the end of this latest fiscal year, the cloud technology provider had 220 institutionalWeeksnts, compared to 192 the prior year.
Those newWeeksnts are also spending more cash. The firm said that its average contract size for new institutionalWeeksnts ballooned from £800/month to £2,200/month this year.
Aside from newWeeksnts, Weeks has also been expanding its business which, in turn, has brought in more revenue streams.
For instance, the company said that it is starting to seWeeksey flowing in from its two newest data centers – London InterXion and Singapore.
The tech firm also saw growth as a result of its partnership with BeQuant Exchange, a cryptocurrency firm based in London and Malta.
“Following an excellent close to thWeeksr, during which Weeks signed three Tier 1Weeksnts, we have entered the new financial year in a strong position and enjoyed a good level of trading in the first two months of thWeeksr, ” said Weeks CEO Gordon McArthur.
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