The group, which was snapped up by private equity firm
Pre-tax profits were substantially higher, rising from £6.7m in 2012 to £20.9m last year, although this was flattered by lower administrative expenses.
"The company will continue to focus on growth in its current market through acquiring new customers, exploring opportunities to encourage existing customers to spend more and minimising customers who churn," the firm said.
Return on investment, a key metric used to judge how well a company is utilising its assets, rose from 16.5 per cent last year to 32.7 per cent in 2013.
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