Computerlinks posts 22% revenue jump in 2012
Computerlinks said its revenue soared 22% to $1.25 billion in 2012 due to the continuing global demand for products and services designed to protect and optimize corporate IT networks.
Established customer relations with globally operating system integrators were also cited as having contributed to the company’s international expansion strategy. Growth has been driven by all the regions in which it operates, with North America and Middle East/Asia Pacific growing at the fastest rate.
Following the establishment of additional locations in India and Eastern Europe in recent months, the IT solutions distributor now operates in 25 countries worldwide with a 660-strong staff.
“I am confident that we will also show growth in double figures in the fiscal year 2013,” said Stephan Link, Computerlinks CEO and founder.