The outfit, which is based in York saw year-on-year revenue for the year ending 30 September 2017 jump about 98 percent to £2 million.
The three-year-old company said that the firm’s growth was due to demand for its IT services, particularly around automation and device management.
The company has a mix of IT and services which it thinks gives it a competitive edge against the competition that take a traditional approach.
These include projects such as Windows 10 upgrades and the operating management. However the company reports genuine industry growth too.
PowerON has offices in York, Chessington and Lincolnshire, is mostly a Microsoft Azure reseller but also develops its own platforms and tools in-house.
It has a consultancy team which focuses on the modernisation of workplaces and device management, and the cloud infrastructure team which specialises in Azure and hybrid IT.
PowerON became an Elite Partner on Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility and Software Programme this year.
The firm is projecting revenue of £3.2 million in its current financial year, £4.4 million in 2019, and £6.2 million in 2020.