The B2B Apple specialist has nigh-on doubled in size in the last year following the acquisition of the UK arm of German-based rival Cancom, coupled with double-digit organic growth. Revenues at its existing business jumped about £2.6m to almost £21.8m, with operating profit rising from less than £450,000 to £627,125. The new addition has recently been renamed Tramscom.
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