Swyx Reports 40% Growth

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The company closed the year with a significant year-on-year sales increase of 40%, amounting to 33 million euros revenue. Besides the impressive figures there were also strong continued growth in terms of human resources, product updates and new cloud partners.

UC-specialist Swyx finished the business year with another record sales figure. This sustained double-digit growth was not only generated in Swyx’s core market Germany but also due to success in international sales markets such as the UK, Netherlands, Northern Europe and other regions. Just as dynamic as the growth in financial figures, was the increase in employee numbers across several fields including development, sales, support and project management.

The UC-specialist also announced the further expansion of its partnership network by winning 40 new, international cloud partners. In addition, Swyx reported the release of various new clients and product innovations including the Mac OS and iOS-client and the Swyx Connector for Skype for Business. The release of new clients and enhancements to existing ones underlined the consistent continuation of Swyx’s strategy, i.e. to give all Swyx clients a universal look and feel across all devices.

Dr. Ralf Ebbinghaus, CEO at Swyx, reflects on the recent achievements of the company and at the same time predicts the healthy continuation of growth in 2016: “Last year’s excellent result demonstrates impressively that we set the right priorities in 2015 and that we constantly achieved our planned goals. In the current year we will continue on our sustainable growth path. This will be as true for our product innovations as for our sales targets, the winning of new resellers and of course also for the development and extensions of new business models, partnerships and the Swyx team. Our UC solution will have an even greater impact on the market and continue to support SMEs on their way towards the digitalisation of all communication channels and future-proofed corporate communications.”