Claranet has expanded in France with a new office in Nantes, its fifth base in the country.
Its COO Laurent Perriault said that the move was designed to increase the London-based MSP's ability to recruit talent from across the Brittany region.
"This is an opportunity to offer attractive prospects for both our teams wishing to establish themselves in the region and, for Claranet, to integrate an employment pool with good prospects for development," he said.
Claranet's French headcount is currently spread across Rennes, Lille, Caen and Paris.
As well as organic expansion, Claranet has also had a very acquisitive few years, snapping up 20 firms in half a decade.
It made three buys last year across Europe: UK-based Union Solutions, Dutch firm NetWyse, and British "ethical hacking" firm NotSoSecure.
The firm also posted a stellar year for its FY2018.
Revenues were up 49 per cent year on year to £321.6m, while EBITDA hit £50m, an increase of 29 per cent.
The firm now claims that it has a first quarter annualised run rate for FY2019 of £350m, and over 2,000 employees across eight countries.
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