FSI Trading Statement Declares Profits Increase of 53%

14 May 2002 – FSI has announced a profits increase for the first half of the financial year. Following a successful trading year during 2000/2001, FSI performance figures for the first six months of the current financial year show a 24% increase in turnover and an impressive increase in profits of 53%. After launching its new identity at last year’s FM Expo, the company has forged ahead while still ensuring that clients receive the same high levels of service from a committed staff. The emphasis on client relationship management remains a pivotal objective for FSI – the architects behind the world class Concept™ suite of CAFM applications including Concept™ 500, Concept™ SQL, Concept™ SQL Lite and the more recent Concept™ eSQL. FSI’s core objective remains the same; to become the world’s leading provider of FM workplace consultancy. No successful business stands still and continual development of the core product has had to take place alongside the company’s emphasis on solid, superior quality consultancy. Jim Mitchell, FSI’s Managing Director comments, “These figures and the market reception achieved by the Concept™ products, together with the FSI Business Solution approach, confirm that the ambitious expansion programme set out by the new FSI Management Team is on course.” FSI is also keen to highlight the way the business has developed its consultancy operations internationally and now has an impressive portfolio of global investments including initiatives in Europe, Asia-Pacific and a rapidly expanding base in South Africa. The remainder of this financial year promises increased growth for the company which continues to invest in high calibre staff to ensure a high quality delivery of the solutions it offers its customers.