The UC specialists were founded in 1986 and operated as CCS until last year
Unified Communications firm Nice Network has announced that turnover has increased £1.2 million in the last financial year as the company grew its client base.
It takes the Sunderland-based business’ turnover up from £2.8 million last year to £4 million for the year ending March 2019 and comes a year after the company rebranded from CCS.
During this period Nice Network has added Vodafone, SOTI and Cisco to its list of clients, which already includes Nike UK, Puma and Russell Hobbs plus more.
The firm hopes to add more clients according to its founder and managing director Chris Lee.
“Over the next 12 months, we’ll continue to look out for new products and services that we can introduce into our offering and, as we continue to invest in increasing our headcount, we’re confident that the new brand will continue to go from strength-to-strength.”
Lee added: “To have achieved this, in a year when we underwent a complete brand overhaul, is fantastic and I’ve got to credit all of the team who have worked tirelessly to make this happen.”
Nice Network has built on its partnership with the new clients by bringing a suit of new products and services in the past 12 months including IoT services, cyber security solutions and IT services.