10 XMA

Doug Woodburn
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Key points

Revenue: £413.4m (-0.2%)

Net profit: 1.4%  Staff: 477

Having logged flat revenues of £413m in calendar 2019, this public sector-focused reseller expects its top line to shrink by 20 to 25 per cent this year following the transfer of its low-margin fulfilment business to distribution parent Westcoast. XMA's like-for-like core business is forecast to grow in 2020, however, the Nottingham-based firm said in its 2019 annual accounts, adding that it is "well placed" to withstand a COVID-induced economic downturn.

Claiming to be Google and Apple's top UK education reseller - as well as HP's only UK triple-Platinum partner - XMA features on more than 25 government procurement frameworks and shipped over 650,000 orders last year.

Key points

Revenue: £413.4m (-0.2%)

Net profit: 1.4%  Staff: 477

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