Local cloud company 3EN sees sales growth double in 2021

  • Holywood-based cloud technology company 3EN has seen its sales increase by almost 60% in the first six months of 2021.

    3EN has reported a turnover of over £1.5m in 2020 and have said they are set to eclipse that figure this year thanks to growth in their client base.

    The company has added 12 new staff to its global headcount in the last six months, taking its total workforce to 44.

    The company is currently recruiting across project management, software engineering and ERP consultancy roles, with jobs available in their software development and professional services teams.

    To help grow its workforce locally and globally, 3EN recently announced a new partnership with the Home Office.

    The partnership, which allows 3EN to sponsor new employees from outside the UK, has helped the company to attract new staff to Northern Ireland from countries including Singapore and India.

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    Speaking about their growth in sales, 3EN CEO Dale Cree said: “The growth of our company is a huge testament to the 3EN team, who have gone above and beyond over the last 18 months to help push us in a positive direction.”

     Dales also added that: “When the pandemic struck, they adapted seamlessly to mass remote working, despite challenging conditions for many of them. Our performance in that time is down to them and their efforts have positioned the company well for continued growth throughout the rest of 2021 and beyond.”  

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    3EN has operations across Europe and a growing number of clients in the US.  Their cloud technology helps businesses to drive growth through improving efficiency with integration between Oracle NetSuite and other software platforms. 3EN’s clients include Fitbit, Medguard and B-Secur. 

    Source: Written from press release.

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