The DIMO management group, editor and expert distributor of it solutions for the management, has announced a turnover of 23.9 million euros in 2011, an increase of 19% over the previous year. Dimo Gestion, with a note E3 + granted by the Bank of France (which means that the Group has a great capacity to respect all its financial commitments in a 3 year horizon), and without debt, presents a current result of 8% of turnover according to. With more than 350 new customers and projects as varied as the Caixa Tarragona, cooperative Vascongada pharmaceutical, restaurants Da Bruno, Foster Wheeler, Freiremar, SA Isofoton, Laboratorios Syva, laboratories Alcala Farma, lipid Santiga, apparel, Rockwool Peninsular, Sagrada Familia, Sanofi-Aventis Spain, Saras Energia SA, Starwood Hotels, Total transport Boyaca SL, among others as cognodata.com, Dimo Gestion has demonstrated, once again, the harmonious development of 7 areas of specializationthe perfect adequacy of its programs to the functional and technological expectations of companies, and the involvement of its employees in the services to the customer. Guaranteed by these results, we will continue with our firm policy of investment both in human resources (49 engagements in 2011, including 23 new posts and 30 engagements scheduled for 2012) as in r & d (optimisation of the ergonomics and integration of the latest technologies in all of our programs offered) “declared Guillaume Mulliez, Chairman and CEO of DIMO management. In 2011, DIMO management gave a great impulse to most of its professional offerings in mode ASP and SaS (CRM, finance, CMMS, Travel & Expense Management) thus consolidating recurring revenue. To date, the Group has more than 400 hosted customers. Markets in great expansion the good results obtained in 2011, together with the launch of innovative offerings and the successful experience of foreign expansion, allow Dimo Gestion positively projecting its development in the years to come. A 30% growth for its subsidiary DIMO Maint in the market of the GMAO DIMO Maint, one of the main editors of programs for the management and maintenance with over 1,700 customers worldwide, announced at the end of 2011 a growth of 30% over the 2010; in other words, a turnover of EUR 2.5 million. .