Insight saw sales grow nine per cent in its Q3, with the bulk of the increase coming from the recently acquired PCM business.
Revenue for the third quarter ending 30 September rose nine per cent year on year to $1.9bn (€1.72bn), while gross profit climbed 18 per cent to $276m.
EMEA revenue was up three per cent to $355.7m.
PCM attributed the majority of the sales increase to the acquisition of PCM, which was completed at the end of August, meaning it contributed to one month of the quarter.
Insight's revenue grew $164.8m in Q3, with PCM contributing $172m.
On an earnings call, transcribed by Seeking Alpha, Insight CEO Ken Lamneck (pictured) gave an update on how the integration of the two businesses is progressing.
"[We] are working diligently to integrate their business into ours to ensure we optimise execution in the market opportunity of the combined business, and deliver our commitment to realise $70m in run-rate cost synergies by the end of 2021," he said.
"To date, we have completed the organisational review of the combined senior leadership team, completed our planning efforts around brand and finalised our timeline for e-commerce and core systems integration.
"We expect to substantially complete the systems integration work by mid-2020. We are also on track to deliver more than half of the expected cost synergies by the end of 2020."
Insight also revealed that it will be selling four of PCM's five US offices over the next year, claiming that they are "significantly underutilised", and replacing them with other facilities.
Insight's share price fell as much as eight per cent after the results were published.
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