The South Africa-headquartered integrator has seen its UK revenues decline about £20m since we compiled this list last year. Its core Network Services arm suffered a £6.4m operating loss in FY11, compared with a £7.3m profit in the prior year. Revenue declined 9.25 per cent to £162.15m.
As with most of its rivals, Didata made a big push into the cloud this year with the launch of a range of integration, consulting and compute-as-a-service offerings.
Watford-based Hills Components ceased trading last month and its current inventory will be auctioned off
Robots, predictive analytics and selling without a salesforce: Where the UK's leading MSPs think the market is heading
MSP bosses to share their thoughts on the future of the managed services market
Distributor on course to hit £20m revenue this year
In an interview with CRN, Wendy Mars says Cisco and its partners are no longer having to arm-twist customers on the need for digital transformation