Three things we learned from Atea's Q1 2022 results

An 'exceptional' large order, software sales up ten per cent, and Atea Finland slumping double-digits - CPI breaks out the top figures from the reseller's latest quarter

Kelsey Rees
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Three things we learned from Atea's Q1 2022 results

Nordic reseller Atea has posted its Q1 FY2022 financial results which saw its gross sales rise five per cent year on year to NOK 10.1bn (€1.02bn).  EBIT also grew by four per cent to NOK 183m (€18.47m) "I am very pleased with the strong underlying sales growth in Q1 2022. Atea continues to see high demand for IT products and services as our customers return to the workplace and adapt to a combination of on-premise and remote work," said Atea CEO, Steinar Sønsteby. "Many organisations...

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