We’re not just the UK’s most passionate and knowledgeable IT experts, but we’re the only company that delivers the complete breadth of IT solutions with a truly personal service Computerworld is an IT Infrastructure specialist with operations in Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter. We have strategic partnerships with leading solution providers including VMware, Veeam, Dell, Nimble Storage and others, allowing us to offer our clients a comprehensive IT consultancy service. In addition to offering IT infrastructure solutions, Computerworld provides comprehensive blended learning services and owns the South West’s largest IT Training facility - helping you to fully realise the potential of your workforce and infrastructure.
Company Growth (employees)
Bristol, GB
Size (employees)
44 (est)
Computerworld is headquartered in Bristol, GB

Computerworld Office Locations

Computerworld has offices in Bristol and Cardiff
Bristol, GB (HQ)
oaks land business park
Cardiff, GB
E Tyndall St
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Computerworld Financials and Metrics

Computerworld Financials

Computerworld's revenue was reported to be £12.9 m in FY, 2015 which is a 12% decrease from the previous period.

Revenue (FY, 2015)

12.9 m

Revenue growth (FY, 2014 - FY, 2015), %


Gross profit (FY, 2015)

3.5 m

Gross profit margin (FY, 2015), %


Net income (FY, 2015)

321.4 k

Cash (31-Dec-2015)

401 k
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015


10.5 m14.6 m12.9 m

Revenue growth, %


Cost of goods sold

7.4 m10.5 m9.4 m

Gross profit

3.1 m4.2 m3.5 m
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015


27.4 k600.3 k401 k

Accounts Receivable

2.2 m2.3 m2 m

Current Assets

2.5 m3 m2.5 m


333.8 k134.9 k637.7 k
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash From Operating Activities

477.6 k1.1 m601.4 k

Cash From Financing Activities

71.9 k85.8 k(462.8 k)

Income Taxes Paid

(70.4 k)(153.4 k)(22.8 k)
Y, 2015

Financial Leverage

3.7 x
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Computerworld Online and Social Media Presence

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