99 Tangible Benefit

Doug Woodburn
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Revenue: £43.6m (+4%)

Net profit: 6.4%     Staff: 57

Having grown 47 per cent the previous year, this London-based reseller posted a more muted four per cent revenue rise in the 12 months to 31 March 2021. Net profits widened from £2.5m to £2.8m. Claiming to achieve "unprecedented delivery times" from its co-located London warehouse, Tangible Benefit counts Microsoft, HPE, Intel, Google Workspace and Dell among its key allies, bagging Platinum status with the latter in April.

Covid impact

In an interview with CRN in March, Tangible Benefit operations director Stuart Wohlman said the provisioning and configuration work it carries out at its warehouse has struck a chord during the pandemic. In its strategic report, it said it expects revenues to rise again in 2022.

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