In a brief trading update covering 2019, the group revealed it was cash generative in the second half of the year, with positive adjusted underlying earnings (EBITDA) of around £200,000.
Revenue rose 10% year-on-year to about £5.9mln with managed services recurring revenue growing more than 25%.
The year-end cash balance stood at £0.35mln, with an unused bank facility of £0.5mln and debtors of £1mln.
"We are very pleased that the record trading in H2 resulted in double-digit organic annual revenue growth and a return to adjusted EBITDA profitability,” said Ian Mann, chief executive of ECSC.
“Growth in recurring revenue of over 25% shows the effectiveness of our strategy of winning consulting clients and converting them into long-term managed services clients. The acceleration of new client acquisitions in 2019 should help to build a solid foundation for future growth," he added.