Half-year turnover has climbed 36.5 per cent for EG Solutions, the Staffordshire software and support services company.
The Penkridge firm, which joined AIM in June 2005, yesterday said turnover for the six months to July 31 climbed from £2.51 million to £3.43 million.
Adjusted operating profit rose 10.5 per cent, from £570,000 to £630,000, while adjusted pretax profit was up 17 per cent to £670,000, compared to £570,000 in the same period the previous year.
Earnings per share rose from 0.7p to 3.7p, and the interim dividend payment was put at 0.6p per share.
Chief executive Elizabeth Gooch said: "We have made good progress since we listed on AIM in June last year with sales up by 36.5 per cent and good growth in profits."
She added: "We have built on our strong position in the financial services sector by winning new contracts and are now taking our software and operations management methodology into new sectors and new international markets, both in the UK and Scandinavia.
"We are currently on target to meet our expectations for the full year."
In around 12 months time EG will be moving from its current base to a new building on the Wolverhampton Business Park, located close to the M54 motorway. The company, which currently employs 52 people, is also looking to recruit around 11 IT quality assurance staff, she said.
EG's chairman, Rodney Baker-Bates, also told shareholders: "The highlights of the period were the growth in both sales and the number of active clients, as well as the number of sectors covered.
"Major clients secured during the period were the Co-op Bank and two UK mortgage lending subsidiaries of a US investment bank.
"New contracts were also secured with our second large general insurance and our first hosted solution customer."
He continued: "Our market entry strategy for new sectors and international markets is being developed prior to further expansion.
"We appointed a regional business development manager in Scandinavia and are building a sales pipeline in the region."
Mr Baker-Bates said that contracted sales to date were £5.6 million, up from £4.1 million at the same time last year. Shares closed up 4p at 148 1/2p.