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Solsis reckons it has found a way to reduce the installation times and teething problems of new IT networks. It tests all systems in a special integration centre before installing them. Founded in 1996 by Graham Bromham and Graham Stead, who used to be employed at Hewlett-Packard, Solsis began working for large companies but is now targeting smaller firms direct. Sales of the Reading company have increased 98% a year from £524,000 in 1998 to £4.1m in 2001, when it employed 16 people.

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Company details
ActivityIT systems integrator
Annual sales rise over 3 years98.39%
Latest sales £000s4,094

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