Mirroring the fortunes of its sole vendor partner Microsoft, Avanade's UK arm is enjoying a growth spurt, with revenues for its year to 31 August 2017 soaring 22 per cent. Net profits increased even more quickly, from £9.8m to £14.8m. Globally, Avanade - a 50-50 joint venture between Microsoft and Accenture - has 30,000 staff and 24,000 certifications in Microsoft technology.
In the wake of Arrow's decision to wind down part of its ITAD operations in the US, UK and elsewhere, CRN asks whether this is indicative of a weakening market
Cybersecurity vendor's share price soars
Vendor also reports record full-year revenue
The managed print provider has acquired Bedfordshire-based Platinum