All the things Tech targets £5m turnover with launch of consultancy arm

Everything Tech is aiming for £ 5 million in sales with the launch of the consulting branch

Pictured (LR): Anthony Hautin, Ruth Hall and Lee Wrall

Manchester-based technology company Everything Tech is aiming for £ 5 million in sales after launching its consulting branch.

Everything Tech is not only a traditional Managed Service Provider (MSP), but also a specialist in the implementation of Microsoft Modern Workplace and multiple Microsoft Gold Partner.

The company has invested approximately £ 200,000 in training its 30 employees in Microsoft Modern Workplace technologies.

It has reported a surge in demand for the technology during the pandemic, and has set up a dedicated Microsoft Modern Workplace advisory team as a result.

Senior Technician Thomas Gwyther is Everything Tech’s first Microsoft Modern Workplace consultant. The team is expected to grow to ten.

Managing Director Ruth Hall has forecast that the new arm will enable sales to grow from £ 2m to £ 5m in three years.

She said, “We’ve been working on these changes for two years, but the pandemic has accelerated the rate of change. As MSPs, all of our employees are trained in Microsoft Modern Workplace, and that’s what really sets us apart.

“This is a planned strategic move and the next phase in Everything Tech’s growth journey. It is the most significant development in the company’s history.”

Everything Tech is jointly owned by Hall, Sales and Marketing Director Lee Wrall, and Technical Director Anthony Hautin.