Warrington-based Ixis is on track to grow turnover by 30% after a spate of recent client wins.
The Drupal specialist, which was founded in 2004, is on target to hit £1.6m in revenue by the end of its financial year in August after recording what it says was its best ever quarter.
New clients include Amnesty International, The Donkey Sanctuary, Westminster Council, Times Education and Haringey Council, and the company has doubled staff numbers to 18 with a variety of technical, operational and administration recruits.
Ixis was also recently appointed to the latest version of the Government’s G-Cloud procurement framework, G Cloud 5, which allows the public sector to procure cloud products from a list of suppliers via an online store called CloudStore. Last year the framework brought Ixis over £500,000 in business.
Chris Haslam, who founded the company with Mike Carter, said: “Having the right core team in place and further strengthening it with technically talented individuals has been essential to our growth and has allowed our company to secure more high-profile clients across a variety of sectors.
“It is the team’s passion and expertise in delivering agile development methodologies and robust hosting platforms which makes us the trusted Drupal agency to go to.”