The company, led by chief executive Moray Blazey in the UK, reported pre-tax profit of £6.6m, up from £2.6m the year earlier, and a 21% lift revenues to £64m.
Formed by the coming together of a number of businesses including Billetts, Xtreme Information, Thomson Media Control and Echo Research, Ebiquity provides a combination of data, systems and insights for clients and agencies.
The company specialises in capturing and analysing vast amounts of data, and now operates in 60 markets worldwide.
The media intelligence group reports that clients are increasingly asking for greater accountability and greater understanding in a marketing landscape that is changing rapidly. In forward-looking statements, the company identifies a "strong pipeline of significant new business contract opportunities".
Continued investment and key product launches are planned to strengthen Ebiquity’s international presence, said to be "mirroring growing demand from clients".
Michael Greenlees, group CEO, said: "These strong results reflect the culmination of a number of key strategic acquisitions that have enabled Ebiquity to take a leading position in the growing global media and marketing performance sector.
"We continue to invest in our products and are close to launching a number of new tools that will enable our clients to better measure their business performance.
"We start our new financial year with encouraging trading and a strong foundation from which to build. We remain confident that as the market develops, our focused strategy will continue to deliver strong levels of growth and positive results to our shareholders."Follow @DurraniMix