Three things we learned from Bechtle's Q3 2021 results

The German reseller powerhouse says it refused to be derailed by continued global supply shortages as it logged double-digit growth

Kelsey Rees
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Three things we learned from Bechtle's Q3 2021 results

Despite the continuing global supply bottlenecks, Bechtle managed to log revenue and earnings growth in the third quarter of 2021. Revenues for the German VAR climbed 9.1 per cent to €1.4bn for the quarter. Meanwhile EBIT hiked 20.6 per cent to €88.4m in the same period last year. "The demand for IT solutions remains high, their availability in the current market situation is a decisive factor," said Bechtle's chairman of the executive board, Thomas Olemotz. "The ability to supply...

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