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Jul 2008 - Impressive Growth Despite Economic Conditions

voyagerlogofornewsVoyager Software reports impressive growth despite tough economic conditions.

Voyager Software announces that it has experienced a 29% increase in new business sales despite the economic crisis. Overall revenues grew by 19%, indicating that in addition to new business sales, sales to existing customers remained strong.

The company has also not only expanded sales but have also opened a larger office office in the North West of England, Lancashire. The larger premises offer improved customer facilities and represents a significant investment in the North of England addressing the increase in demand of services.

Voyager allows SME recruitment agencies to streamline business processes by matching candidates to available positions and automating all related administrative processes. Agencies using the Voyager solution are more efficient as the software maximises the time spent by recruitment consultants on fee-generating tasks and removes the need for administrative staff.

Paul Thompson, Head of Sales at Voyager commented: “This represents a great result and shows how the expansion of our product range with the introduction of Mid-Office, and more recently Industrial, has enabled us to make significant gains in a mature market. We are proud to have maintained profitable growth notwithstanding the heavy investment we have made in new products.”

Following record sales and successful expansion of its Basingstoke offices, Voyager have improved accessibility in the North by joining Ribble Court, the prestigious development by the Dylan Harvey Group in Burnley.

Simon Warburton, Managing Director of Voyager, said: “This has been a hugely exciting year for Voyager. We are seeing more and more clients come on board and we have recently appointed talented new staff to meet the demands that this places on us. We are pleased that these new figures reflect the continued popularity of Voyager and we are expanding as a business as a result of this increase.”