Welcome to Global Elite, a major new report from CPI which ranks the 100 largest resellers across the US and Europe.
The aim of this first-of-its-kind report is to define and map the largest channel firms across the breadth of Europe and the US by revenue. This report contains detailed profiles of our 100 Elite players, breaking down their key business developments, investments and - where possible - how and where they plan to grow in the years to come. We've also included the "Best of the Rest" for both the US and Europe, identifiying the other significant players operating across each region.
To read the report in full - and find out the identity of Europe and the US' top 100 players - please use the download link below. Following a very brief registration process, the entire 53-page report will be available to download, completely free of charge.
The Global Elite, sponsored by Agilitas, ranks the 100 largest channel partners in the US and Europe by revenue based on figures from their most recent full-year financial results. For the Europe section of the report, we have converted all revenue figures into euros for the sake of easy comparison.
For partners that drive a large amount of business in the US or Europe, but are based outside either region, we have broken out revenue figures only for the relevant regions.
Furthermore, we have excluded global systems integrators such as Capgemini, Cognizant and DXC Technology, as these companies do not break out relevant revenues specific to their IT reselling or services activities. In the same vein, we have excluded the IT services divisions of global vendors such as IBM.
In addition to the company profiles, we have included a range of expert commentary on the market dynamics and key trends in the US and Europe. In the report, you will find in-depth Q&As with senior executives from leading resellers such as Atea, Bechtle, Insight and Dasher Techologies.
We hope you enjoy this first-of-its-kind report, and encourage you to get in touch with your thoughts and feedback.
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