Four key takeaways from Exclusive Networks' 2019 as revenues hit €2.4bn

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Four key takeaways from Exclusive Networks' 2019 as revenues hit €2.4bn

What drove annual revenues up 17 per cent to €2.4bn in 2019, and why does the distributor anticipate its new managed security services arm will grow even faster? CPI breaks out the key takeaways

Exclusive Networks logged another "record" year of growth for its full-year 2019, with annual revenues up 17 per cent to €2.4bn and all its regions enjoying double-digit growth. The last time Exclusive shared its financial results was in 2018, when it reported annual 2017 revenues of €1.75bn - a 38 per cent jump year on year. We break down the key information from the distributor's annual results. 1. 'Development' vendors are outpacing the top three Andy Travers, the distributor's EVP...

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