As always, the report features profiles of all 100 firms, alongside exclusive interviews with senior management figures, comment from a variety of industry experts and a breakdown of some of the most curious statistics and trends to emerge across our 100.
We also reveal the findings of our survey of almost 400 UK end-user IT decision-makers, in which we asked them to tell us what they really think of the IT world's biggest trends, including cloud, BYOD and unified communications. The candid feedback provided by many CIOs will make for fascinating, albeit perhaps slightly uncomfortable reading for any reseller or IT services provider.
Whatever you think of this year's publication, we would love to hear your feedback - good, bad or indifferent. Please get in touch via phone, email, commenting on this article or tweeting using the hashtag #CRNTopVARs
If you have not received a print copy today, you can download a PDF copy of the report by clicking on the image above left, or view it as a e-book by clicking here.
We hope you enjoy Top VARs 2013, and we would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all those on the list - and outside it - for another year of resilience, success and innovation in a tough environment.
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