Europe's most prominent resellers and systems integrators have published stellar financials this year - with Bechtle, Cancom, Softcat and Atea posting double-digit growth.
But have reseller CEO salaries followed suit? Research conducted by our sister publication Channelnomics Europe reveals how the pay packets of the UK's top reseller bosses compare with their counterparts across the rest of the continent.
Findings reveal that chief executive salaries for Europe's largest VARs have taken a hit, with half of leaders featured earning less in 2016 than the year before. The CEOs of Bechtle, Computacenter and Atea - considered Europe's largest pure-play VARs - have all earned markedly less despite achieving milestone results for their firms.
Channelnomics Europe charts how chief executive wages for Europe's top VARs have fluctuated based on 2016 figures. Our findings delve into financial accounts and calculate the average wage of each VAR, and how big of a slice each chief executive is taking from total wages and salaries.
Click here to see how the salaries of the UK's top reseller CEOs stack up against some of the most formidable VARs across Europe.
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