Computacenter's foray into the US market has "gone astonishingly well", according to CEO Mike Norris, who was speaking from the firm's new New York office. The UK-based giant made its long-awaited first US acquisition last year, snapping up reseller FusionStorm in a deal worth up to $90m (£69m). Computacenter has now opened its first office in New York City, giving it three main sales offices in the US, Norris said. "FusionStorm had an office a couple of blocks from here, but the lease came...
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Move would establish MSP arm as a standalone company under existing president John Pagliuca