Smartsign grows by 20 percent
Smartsign keeps growing and expanded by 20 percent during this year’s first quarter compared to the same period in 2016.
– We have received several large orders, but most of all the amount of smaller business deals is increasing. These have shorter lead times both in the Nordic countries as well as in other parts of the world, says CEO Martin Romanowski.
The increase in the Nordic countries was 42 percent. Norway and Finland are getting closer to sales in Sweden, which increased by 10 percent. Denmark has grown substantially since the company got a local reseller in Copenhagen.
Outside of the Nordic countries Smartsign’s sales are increasing by 100 percent compared to the first quarter in 2016. Australia, Germany, England and Russia stand out when it comes to showing positive results. In Poland, Holland and the United Arab Emirates, UAE, the business opportunities are growing and the company has great expectations for a good second quarter in these countries.
– This is a huge success for us. We can see that our partners are more and more focused on offering digital screen solutions to their clients for internal and external communication. We also see that the demand for our AddOn products are growing, for example for our solution for mobile services.
– The amount of resellers has increased and they have done a great job helping us pursue our strategy and expand abroad, says Martin Romanowski.
The product/software that Smartsign developed has turned out to cover most needs when it comes to digital signage and it is also very affordable. The cooperation with distributors and resellers in Europe, UAE and Australia is starting to pay off and Smartsign’s local representatives are an important support for the company’s partners.
– To further improve the service to our partners we now strengthen and improve the level of our technical support. It is important to back up our partners and clients with high quality. Teamwork, customer focus and quality is what keeps the employees and the company moving forward, says Martin Romanowski.