86 DTP

Doug Woodburn
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Key points

Revenue: £47.8m (+2%)

Net profit: 1.1%  Staff: 101

86  DTP

Revenue: £47.8m (+2%)

Net profit: 1.1%  Staff: 101

Starting life in 1987 as one of HP's first UK print partners, this Leeds-based outfit today continues to focus exclusively on HP and HPE. DTP saw revenues inch up two per cent in its year to 30 June 2019, while net profits widened from £415,000 to £530,000. It claims to be among the UK's 10 largest higher-education suppliers and in July bagged a berth on three lots of Crescent Purchasing Consortium's IT framework for schools and colleges.

Key points

Revenue: £47.8m (+2%)

Net profit: 1.1%  Staff: 101

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