CCS Media has hit sales of £180m for 2017, an 18 per cent increase on the previous year's £153m.
The Chesterfield-based VAR claimed that all product groups achieved double-digit growth, with average spend per customer and average order value both increasing.
"We set out our multi-phase growth strategy in 2017 which had an ambitious but realistic goal of becoming a £250m-per-annum reseller business within five years," James Hardy, deputy managing director of CCS Media.
"We are slightly ahead of our growth trajectory, which is a testament to the entire team at CCS Media, who have combined to deliver on this great achievement."
The reseller claimed it has also continued to invest in employees at its 18 UK sites, providing industry-specific training alongside soft skills and academic role-related learning. Headcount has now reached 470 employees.
"We made progress in 2017 in terms of the way we structure and organise our learning initiatives, with a significant increase in further education and career-specific professional development," said Hardy.
"Our two academies have proved extremely successful throughout 2017 and will be joined by the opening of a third academy in Greater London later this quarter, with a capacity to house 100 new employees.
"Not only do these programmes contribute to the development of the next generation of CCS Media team members with clearly defined career progression, they also provide a great environment for experienced industry professionals to take their next career steps into management.
"Ultimately, academy programmes are a long-term commitment to our growth which is possible due to our continued strong financial position."
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