Compliance Data Systems increases revenue

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Compliance Data Systems (CDSys) yesterday reported revenue of HUF 1 billion for 2013, an over 50% increase over the HUF 655 million posted in ’12. 

Upon announcement of the results, CDSys officials stated that the data security company has grown into the greatest entrepreneurship focusing on IT safety in the past six years, and has expanded its clientele significantly by distributing for the largest Hungary-based domestic delivery companies. 

“CDSys currently considers the Hungarian market to be ready to reach Western European levels in terms of information safety,” read a company statement in part. “For this, not only are the state and corporate sectors important, but involvement of SMEs is also inevitable.”

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