Proact and Econocom give evidence to Canalys' claim that European VARs are thriving this quarter
Cheops reports top line growth of 2.6 per cent, but seen its operating profits tumble following an acquisition
Boulogne-based integrator has reported 6.6 per cent organic growth in relation to its H1 results
Specialist tech leasing and finance business hails results as 'staggering'
Waning Westcon drags down parent company's financial outlook
Beleaguered Madrid-based office supply distributor reports a 5.2 per cent tumble in revenues, lack of credit affects order intake
Market watcher Context has reported a significant reversal in fortunes for the printer hardware market, with Q2 2017 results up in several EMEA countries
Paris-based firm takes huge step towards €300m revenue goal in first six months of 2017
Aubay announces buyout of a 600-employee-strong outfit
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US-based VAD ScanSource announces global revenues of $917m, but concedes vendor instability has dragged down European business
German revenues more than €90m higher than UK, despite resurgence in homeland business
But integrator claims it bounced back in public sector
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Marc Benioff accuses rivals of walking away from "multibillion dollar" market position
Company rebrand begins to positively affect bottom line for CEE distributor
Chinese tech giant claims industry-leading profitability in its PC business, so why have the firm's profits gone into the red?
Implementation of new SAP system group-wide delayed to avoid "negative impacts" to end-of-year business
VAR giant expects to shell out €60m on 'strategic projects' in FY2017
But group sales see 16 per cent year-over-year growth in Q2
Region turns a profit after addressing inefficiencies in Q1
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