63 TET

Doug Woodburn
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Revenue: £65.7m (+9%)

Net profit: 2.4%   Staff: 49

This self-styled ‘value added reseller' stressed it did not furlough any staff in a calendar 2020 period in which revenues rose nine per cent to £65.7m. Net profits also beefed up by nearly £200,000 to hit £1.6m. With offices in London, Woking and New York, TET covers the full gamut of enterprise tech, partnering with the likes of Cisco, Microsoft, Dell, HPE, NetApp, Mimecast, Veeam and Citrix. It is currently pushing an HP education trade-in promotion on its homepage.

Covid impact

TET says it "continued to operate effectively" through Covid. Its sales performance in H1 2021 was "steady", but the pandemic is having an impact on its overseas sales - particularly in the travel sector - it added.

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