CRN Fast 50 2011Scope Logic, a Perth based Managed Information & Communication Technology (ICT) Solutions Company dedicated to servicing small and medium sized businesses in Perth, secured the 22nd position in this year’s fastest growing IT reseller awards compiled by Computer Reseller News (CRN) magazine. The awards recognise 50 of Australia’s fastest growing companies in the IT reseller market and ranks success on a company’s growth in revenue. Scope Logic’s success in the competition was announced at an awards ceremony hosted in Sydney on Wednesday 27 October.

Scope Logic was founded in 2007 by company Director, Oscar Wetherell. The company focuses on providing enterprise quality ICT support and solutions at SMB prices to small and medium sized companies in Perth and has established a stable client base over the last few years. This year the company’s increased activity was noticed by one of their suppliers, Distribution Central, who nominated Scope Logic for the awards.

Scope Logic experienced a growth in revenues of almost 45% in the 2009 – 2010 financial year which put the company 22nd in the qualifying list of the 50 fastest growing IT resellers in Australia. Scope Logic was one of only six WA companies to make the list this year.

Scope Logic has developed a highly automated service delivery model, allowing it to pass the cost savings of automation onto its clients. The fact that clients’ networks are constantly monitored combined with scheduled preventative maintenance, which pre-empts any major issues occurring, means that network stability increases bringing down the monthly cost of support.

Oscar Wetherell says, “The managed services approach to ICT was fairly new when we started out, companies were used to the ‘break fix’ mentality of IT Support so we had our work cut out changing people’s minds to a ‘prevention rather than cure’ way of thinking. The hard work has been worth it. Our clients like the control they have over their IT expenditure, the transparency we provide in our detailed monthly reports and the fact that their networks ‘just work’.”