Computacenter anticipates the first half of its fiscal year will be "considerably ahead" of the same period last year.
The services giant attributed this growth to securing some "substantial" contracts in its Technology Sourcing business, which were won due to its "ability to scale" its operations to meet demand, it reported in a trading update.
However, it still sounded caution and declined to provide guidance for the second half of the year.
"While things are a little clearer, continuing uncertainty in the market is such that the board believes that it is still unable to provide meaningful guidance at this time concerning the second half of the year due to the COVID-19 crisis," it stated.
The company had previously stated that trading in its first quarter was more "robust" than it was expecting and it had seen an upswing in the demand for remote working hardware as a result of the coronavirus.
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