Acquisitive Chess burst through the £100m revenue mark in its fiscal year to 30 April 2017 and was recently crowned the top UK workplace by the Sunday Times' Best Companies to Work For 2018. With a heritage in fixed-line telecoms, Alderley Edge-based Chess is seeking to re-invent itself as a ‘unified solutions provider' and in April 2017 leapt into the cybersecurity space by acquiring Foursys, a deal it said would add £11m to its top line.
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Mark Hill discusses what he looks for in tech suppliers
Leeds-based SICL recently joined a private equity-backed buy-and-build venture that is gunning for £150m revenues, and was one of six firms highlighted in CRN's recent Rising Stars report. Sales director Joey Hemingbrough sets out its growth plans
“I think IT will play a crucial role in the next decade to meet the global challenges we have,” Atea executive Andreas Antonsen tells CRN ahead of our inaugural Sustainability Summit
Israeli cybersecurity vendor adds to $120m round from last year
Justin Sutton-Parker tells CRN about the competitive advantage that having a green agenda gives partners
Former Cisco channel boss and Riverbed CEO says Pure can’t give away margin to ‘non-performers’ as he hints at changes to incentives