German VAR tightens domestic business through snapping up top Cisco and NetApp partner from BT
Competitors buying up shares, a major investor exiting and Microsoft shutting out LSPs - Crayon's CEO reflects on first year after IPO
Rune Syversen claims his first year leading a publicly listed Crayon has been a 'fairly positive experience'
European systems integrator opens Milan office a year after cancelling plans for UK due to Brexit pulling away its biggest customers
BearingPoint boss on reaching critical mass in the UK, investing in IP and how securing an MBO in 2009 has become its 'biggest strength'
BearingPoint has been named one of Europe's greatest success stories since its management buyout in 2009. Josh Budd speaks to its new managing partner Kiumars Hamidian to find out what's next for the €712m-turnover IT consultancy
Paris-based outfit adds Microsoft Office 365 and Azure offerings to Swiss-based LSP
Signage, websites and communications to be rebranded after selling up to Dutch provider Getronics
Computacenter's much-anticipated acquisition in the US has finally materialised. But what kind of company is FusionStorm?
Cloud and IT infrastructure player creates 50-strong team of Microsoft ERP specialists in Austria
'I will ask my people to choose it for me' - France's DCI could get a completely new name following merger with Rètis
DCI's boss Fabrice Tusseau talks through integration road map after nearly doubling its headcount with Rètis acquisition
Oliver Tuszik joined Cisco in 2013 having spent almost 10 years as CEO of Computacenter's German business
Parisian unit acquires €33m-turnover IT provider based in Brittany
Primepulse Group is gearing up to go public in Q4 as it plans to expand its investment portfolio
Action Europe to close its doors after last-ditch attempts to find an investor collapse
We break down how the wages and salaries of Europe's largest resellers have changed over the last five years
Reports suggest Dell is pursuing a straightforward IPO, contradicting existing plans to buy out tracking stock holders
Trade union now questions whether IBM's transfer of 550 staff to Bechtle Onsite Services will even go ahead as the contract remains unsigned
Esprinet CEO on a year of cost cutting, taking back market share and vendors underestimating its €500m datacentre business
After two years of consecutive profit declines, Alessandro Cattani tells us how he has spent the last year steadying the ship at Esprinet
Swedish channel partner's largest shareholder has already thrown support behind plans to issue new shares
Southern European heavyweight posts profit increase after an 11 per cent slump in 2017
'We don't want to be the cheapest on the market' - Bechtle outlines plans to roll out own-brand accessories line
As Bechtle prepares to roll out its own line of accessories to more than 70,000 customers across Europe, head of own brand Andrea Matt talks about Articona's future
Revenues in France and Germany grew 40 and 30 per cent respectively year on year
German VAR in hot water with workers council over reluctance to offer staff same working conditions as IBM
Troubled Deutsche Telekom arm makes progress with cost-cutting plans, with 5,600 jobs expected to be cut within the next three years
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