DIS – Dynamic Integrated Solutions, leading System Integrator in the Greek market, announced Turnover increase per 25% with 1,4 million euros profit before income tax for 2020. Cash and cash equivalents amounted to 3,315 million euros, with DIS proceeding with its strategy of significant profits allocation to shareholders.

2020 was a rather successful year for the company, with its growth coming exclusively from the organic Turnover increase, new strategic partnerships, and new customers. DIS’ upgrowth highlights its customers’ trust to their partnership with the company, as being the ultimate catalyst for their digital transformation.

DIS was chosen by leading organizations such as Praktiker Hellas, Alfa Pastry, Olympia Group, Theon Sensors, Megaplast, MAPEI Hellas, Leader, Saracakis, Environmental Protection Engineering, EFA Group, Mellon Technologies, Minerva Edible Oils, etc., for their transition to the business cloud and investment in ERP, CRM, HR and SFA solutions. In 2021, the company will continue its rising trajectory for the third consecutive year with a double-digit growth percentage.

DIS invests strategically in the cloud technology, being awarded as the best Microsoft partner in Dynamics 365 applications for 2020, while the quality of its services was recently recognized with the top title award of Cloud Provider of the Year 2021, winning 10 awards in total in cloud solutions subcategories.

In parallel, the company continuously invests in training its teams and developing new, innovative ΑΙ, ΙοΤ and RPA solutions, being the first Greek partner certified in Gold Cloud Business Applications and Microsoft’s Catalyst Ready Partner, owning 13 competencies (8 gold level). It’s worth mentioning that DIS constitutes one of Microsoft’s top publishing partners, with 9 certified and preferred solutions in Microsoft AppSource.

Η DIS in 2019-2020

Turnover
2019: 4 million euros
2020: 5,02 million euros

Profit before income tax
2019: 357 thousand euros
2020: 1,4 million euros

Profit for the period net of tax
2019: 265 thousand euros
2020: 1,16 million euros