The AIM-listed firm said two of the contracts are with household name retailers (with a combined revenue of more than £2.5bn) and the other is with a technology services provider.
The company said the contracts would generate more than £400,000 in revenue over a three- year period, representing an increase of more than 15% to the Managed Services order book.
"We are delighted to add two new significant long-term Managed Services clients, and further expand our engagement with an existing client supporting a new technology project. These contract wins demonstrate the effectiveness of our client acquisition strategy, delivering effective Consulting, leading to long-term recurring revenues through Managed Services," ECSC’s chief executive officer, Ian Mann said.
In afternoon trading, shares in ECSC were over 12% higher at 92.50p.
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