Centerprise founder Rafi Razzak told us last December that he would gradually hand over control of the company to newly appointed chief executive Jeremy Nash after spending 30 years at the firm's helm. Nash is a former RAF officer, which plays to Centerprise's heritage in the defence and public sector verticals. For its year to 31 August 2017, Centerprise Group saw revenue vault 23 per cent, which it attributed partly to an investment in its business continuity and disaster recovery business.
Cloud services partner lead advises partners to learn from vendor's own mistakes in being slow to innovate
Nimesh Davé told partners at annual UK Summit to start small with cloud and target niche areas
Wolfgang Ebermann talks CRN through the US giant's increasing reliance on software development, questioning for how much longer traditional reselling will be viable
'We are big believers in picking one thing and being brilliant at it, rather than doing lots of things and being average at each of them,' says Dan Scarfe