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Daisy Group may be stepping ever closer to being one of the most hefty comms and tech services outfits in the UK mid-market but all that is just hubris if it can't turn a profit, and seemingly it cannot. Sales slipped 2.35 per cent to £173.1m in the first half of fiscal '14 ended 30 September, but one-off costs pushed up …

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Smells like it's being run for the accountants

Roughly a 15% -ve profit.

Impressive.

Not in a good way.

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Anonymous Coward

from a company who think big equals better

We started with Edge to Spiritel to Daisy....all the way customer service dropped and service declined...

they even tried to blame us for a 2 day outage caused by them not informing us that BT were re-routing us to a different exchange, they then forgot to add the diverts to the lines

soon our contract is up, goodbye Daisy and Virtual one

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Is this 2e2 in disguise? beginning to look pretty similar...

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