The Brummie reseller's top line took a big hit in 2011 as it "followed a policy of moving away from high-turnover, low-margin business". Its revenue has consequently come down from well above the £50m mark, although gross margins improved from nine to 11 per cent last year. However, operating profit also took a hit, decreasing more than 50 per cent to £356,547.
Westcon revenues power up 4.5 per cent to $2.6bn, while Logicalis suffers 14 per cent top-line decline
Global reseller's public sector unit reports record $3bn in sales for the first time
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Global arm takes biggest hit in Q3 with 16 per cent revenue drop
$750m Series F funding brings total investment amount raised by RPA specialist to $2bn
Partnership will see distributor DataSolutions take $1.2bn business’ services to wider market
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Manchester-based business counts 10 Downing Street and the Bank of England among its clients