Nordic reseller powerhouse Atea has seen its top and bottom grow across the group, however services and hardware revenue were both down for its corruption tainted Danish arm. Atea CEO Steinar Sønsteby said that hardware sales were down 9.6 per cent, driven by lower sales of PCs to the public sector after the loss of a large frame agreement in 2018. Services revenue also fell by 17.4 per cent, due to lower sales of consulting and contracted services. The Danish government issued an edict...
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We break down the key points on the rationale behind the move and how it will impact its MSP business
Move would establish MSP arm as a standalone company under existing president John Pagliuca