The Edinburgh company had recorded a pre-tax profit of £9.2m in 2012.
But in 2013 it faced criticism over its customer retention practices and also offloaded some of its more niche sites.
Turnover from continuing operations was relatively flat at £26.6m but the pre-tax loss was £7.36m.
The parts which were sold contributed £538,000 of losses in the year.
Recently appointed chief executive Phil Gripton said he has faith in the long term future of the company.