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November 27, 2007
Results of voting „The Best Russian IT Distributor 2007” organized by the most popular channel publication CRN/Russian Edition, analithical agency IT Research and Business Exchange were pronounced in IT Forum 2007 "IT market in Russia".
November 14, 2007
The Russian IT market is going through a period of transition, as it inches ever nearer to Western norms of operation, and seeks to join the World Trade Organisation. The top dogs in distribution and assembly remain the local players, but, as this survey shows, companies like Dell on the hardware side, and German PC-Ware, one of Microsoft's biggest European partners, are betting that now is the time to get involved…
August 30, 2007
Eastern European disti ASBIS reports higher pre-tax profits for the first half of 2007, boosted by a 27% surge in revenues. Pre-tax profit increased to $3.8m (€2.8m) from $2.9m (€2.1m) in the same period last year as revenues jumped to $540.1m (€396m) from $426.4m (€313m).
August 29, 2007
Distribution outfits Asbis and Logicom have both recorded net profits for the first half of the year, but the level of their earnings reiterates the exhausting task that IT wholesalers face to make their endeavours financially worthwhile.
August 13, 2007
Components distributor Asbis Middle East has signed an agreement with Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) to offer the vendor's complete motherboard range for AMD platforms and its PC-chip motherboards for Intel.
August 03, 2007
The company has revealed intentions to float shares on the Warsaw Stock Exchange later this year.
February 07, 2007
Components distributor Asbis has announced its first trading update since listing on London’s Alternative Investments Market (AIM) late last year. The company — which boasts a strong presence in the Middle East and North Africa — expects to record total group sales of US$1 billion for 2006.
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