Revenues rose by 9% to $788 million, with New Zealand contributing nearly half, while Australia and Asia contributed more than $400 million.
Datacom chief executive Jonathan Ladd says most of the revenue growth came from specialist IT management and data centre services.
The technology services company has signed a lead-agency agreement for an initial 10 years to supply infrastructure as a service to multiple Government agencies in New Zealand.
Datacom is now expanding data centre facilities and building new cloud infrastructure capabilities in Australasia.
Other deals include IT Infrastructure service solution contracts with Sucrogen, a sugar producer and refiner, and Fulton Hogan.
Datacom says it now provides customer services across the Asia-Pacific market.