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Computerlinks reveals 2007 sales

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 12 March 2008

IT security and internet technologies value-added distributor Computerlinks boosted its sales 18.3% to €469.1m in 2007. Fourth quarter sales played a significant role in the company’s annual sales figure, contributing €156.1m to the total – a 20% increase on the 2006 fourth quarter revenues and a third of all sales in 2007.

Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) climbed 17.2% to €19.2m – an EBITDA margin of 4.1%, which was also the level achieved for 2006. The fourth quarter of 2007 contribute 43% of annual EBITDA for Computerlinks.

Computerlinks after-tax profits for 2007 came in at €10.9m – up 23.9% from a year earlier. Computerlinks focuses on the dynamic Internet technology areas of e-business and e-security, and the emerging area of multimedia networking and home automation. It claims to offer a comprehensive and complementary product portfolio, backed by an extensive range of professional services, to ensure channel partners deliver the right solutions to their customers.

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