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Dicker Data Has 10pc Charter

Dicker Data Has 10pc Charter

ASX-listed technology distributor Dicker Data has published a market update showing revenue for the 10 months to October16 totalled $980.5 million, up 9.6 percent on the same period last year.

Revenue is continuing to track at a growth rate of close to 10pc, Dicker says, and the company expects this rate to be sustained through the rest of FY16. Gross profit for the period is put at $91.7 million, and next profit after tax is estimated at an underlying $21.5 million.

Vendor additions to the Dicker line-up in the second half so far, include Microsoft (for its indirect cloud solution provider program) and access to the full range of Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book products; Dell for wider access to products including notebook, PC, work station and thin-client products; Logitech’s commercial and gaming products; Quest products including data analytics; and Shoretel hosted voice gear.

Planning has commenced on the design of a new distribution centre, with a first stage expected to be a 28,000 sq m warehouse and offices.

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