UK growth at the value added distributor comes in at over 55 percent said the global company
The Exclusive Group has reported “underlying organic growth” of 31 percent and total “proforma annualised revenues” of €1.04bn for 2015.
The UK continues to report “healthy trading and solid sales momentum”, said the distributor, with “over 55 percent annual growth”.
“We have now entered un-chartered territory as the very first ‘Super VAD’ business to retain and extend its value-added model on a global basis,” claimed Olivier Breittmayer, CEO of Exclusive Group.
“Since the start of this journey we have doubled revenue every two years with a strategy of blending together accelerated organic growth with hand picked acquisitions that have supported our value and local knowledge qualities to deliver a unique proposition.”
Adjusted to remove the added 2015 turnover of Transition Systems – the pan-Asian cybersecurity VAD acquired in December 2015 – Exclusive Group’s core business divisions returned revenues of €840m, up nearly €200m on the previous year’s results.
Data centre transformation VAD BigTec grew revenues by 90 percent to over €70m, and now operates in over 12 countries worldwide with plans to expand further across the Exclusive global footprint in 2016.
And ITEC Exclusive Global Services has “proved enormously successful” attracting major global deals and adding “significant value” to Exclusive Networks resellers and vendors in particular, said Exclusive.
Financing and leasing division Exclusive Capital has expanded into the UK [as reported on ChannelBiz earlier this month], Belgium, Luxembourg and France, with plans to open operations in four to six additional territories in 2016.