A host of channel firms have made it onto The Sunday Times' International Fast Track 200 league table.
The Fast Track ranks UK midmarket companies with the fastest growing international sales over their two most recent financial accounts.
IT service provider Endava was the top-rated channel firm, registering 100.5 per cent international sales growth over the last two years, with annual revenue up to just over £41m.
Distributor Westcoast was ranked 69th, with international sales growth of 59.33 per cent, up to £321m.
Managing director Alex Tatham said that mainland European firms see a number of benefits when buying from UK - adding that Westcoast's biggest French contract is serviced from the UK and not France.
"We've been in and out of [the International Fast Track] for the last few years, but we do a lot of international business these days," he said.
"There's lots that can be transported very easily across Europe - ink and toner being a big one - but there are other things as well.
"That will continue, and we'll do more and more, because there are lots of reasons why European companies would want to buy from the UK, if you think about exchange rates, for example."
Infrastructure service provider Viadex was two places below Westcoast, having launched a US business last year and a Singaporean office in 2015.
Viadex managing director Dan Hayden-Hammond said the placing is validation of Viadex's global success.
"We really do believe that global IT should be simple," he said.
"If you look at how companies operate, the last thing they should be thinking about is how they support people around the world - they should be thinking about running their business and we should be running their IT for them as a service.
"This year again we'll see an even bigger jump in our export number, so we know it is now our biggest growth driver."
Hayden-Hammond said that more UK channel firms should look to cross borders, but warned that things can become complicated when you look outside of the EU.
"Most of what we do is exporting outside of the EU because that's how our customers are set up," he explained.
"If you want to export from the UK to the EU it's simple - there are no VAT problems, no licensing issues - but as soon as you go further afield you can run into problems.
"We're continuously helping out customers who have been let down by suppliers in the UK or US who have said they can deliver services and solutions into a region, only for the goods to sit in customs for six months."
Two more IT distributors can be found in the table with storage and memory specialist M2M Direct placed 81st and independent distributor The Change Organisation in 177th.
Business software reseller Grey Matter was also ranked 173rd, with service provider Options in 101st.
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