Top American VAR SHI has logged $10bn in revenues for its FY2018, a year ahead of schedule.
It amounts to an 18 per cent year-on-year increase for the New Jersey-based reseller.
SHI is one of North America's top 10 largest IT solutions providers. Its president and CEO, Thai Lee, said that its $10bn goal was first set in 2015 as part of a five-year plan.
"Through the hard work of our employees, the strength of our partnerships, and our ability to discern and solve our customers' most pressing IT and business challenges, we reached that goal 12 months early," she said.
"As we approach SHI's 30th anniversary in November, we continue to build on that foundation, reinvesting in our teams, facilities, and technical capabilities in the service of our customers."
In the past, Lee (pictured) has lauded SHI's success in making the transition from a volume reseller to a solution provider through making investments in its technical and services capabilities.
Lee is the billionaire owner of the largest minority and women-led firm in the US.
She's taken SHI from a small software reseller with just five employees to one of the biggest IT services firms in the world with a global headcount of 4,000.
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