Operatix H1 North American Revenues up Over 500% in 2015

SAN JOSE, CA and DALLAS, TX and FLEET, UNITED KINGDOM–(Marketwired – August 13, 2015) – Operatix is a sales acceleration organization that provides customized sales programs for technology companies. Focusing on B2B technology companies, Operatix services accelerate sales to generate a higher return on marketing activities across EMEA and the North America.

Operatix completed the first half of their fiscal year on July 31st and can announce that growth in their North American operations has been particularly strong, with revenues growing by more than 500% from the first 6 months of 2014 to the first 6 months of 2015. At the same time Quarter on Quarter growth from Q1 to Q2 in North America has been 62%. As an international company, Operatix is continuing to grow revenues. Growth in Europe continues to rise steadily. Its Quarter on Quarter growth in the United Kingdom was 8.5%.

Worldwide Quarter on Quarter revenue growth was up 25%, from Q1 to Q2 2015. Revenue is also up 43% in the first 6 months of 2015 over the first 6 months of Fiscal Year 14, and profits worldwide are up 100% for the first 6 months of 2015 compared to the first 6 months of 2014.

The company’s solution set includes: “C” level engagement, building and optimizing channel development, pipeline generation and qualification, inbound sales response, and account based marketing.

Operatix continues to build inside sales, lead generation and business development teams for technology companies in Europe and North America. As well as being a “Sales team on-demand,” Operatix builds and manages channel operations for a number of prominent technology companies, such as Microsoft, Rackspace, Trend Micro, SAP, Akamai, Websense, and Seagate.

Operatix has grown the market considerably over the past 3 years and continues to maximize its advantage of having a serious presence in North America and Europe. An innovative risk/reward pricing model and vast experience producing sales results in technology markets have contributed to our success with many of the world’s largest technology companies. The most exciting projects are with a number of emerging technology companies for which Operatix runs programs across both the North American and European continents, companies such as Tanium, Malwarebytes, Corero, Hexis Cyber and Venafi.

The current trend towards technology companies outsourcing to experts like Operatix is proving to be extremely beneficial. Such outsourcing is much more effective than using the time of top sales teams to search for prospective clients. Companies want their field sales teams to be spending more time with prospects, closing deals and generating revenue. They also recognize the value in working with experts in delivering inside sales and lead generation results. With Operatix’s 15 years’ experience in accelerating sales for technology companies worldwide, we are the natural choice when deciding to outsource.

The Operatix Board and Executive team continue to monitor both the top line and gross margins as well as strictly manage below the line costs. The company has a management structure that encourages individuals from within the company to succeed and create a career path for themselves from the results they achieve.

In North America, Operatix has expanded the workforce by over 400%. It has also created more than 20 new positions in the Dallas, Texas operations center as well multiple positions in the Corporate HQ in San Jose, California. Operatix will not be complacent; it will continue to grow and provide more and more jobs for people around the world.

The company’s objectives for the remainder of this year, and beyond, are to continue to expand services within our existing customer base. We will continue to attract new marquee and emerging technology clients, showing them the value of Operatix, the right choice for sales acceleration.

CONTACT:
Sam Quicke
sam.quicke@operatix.net

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