CRN Fast50: Top 10 unveiled

Congratulations to the CRN Fast50 who are the fastest growing resellers in 2010.

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By on Oct 27, 2010
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No. 10

Name: Kettering Professional Services

Director: Rob Cheesman (pictured)

Growth: 71 percent

HQ: Toowong, QLD

Vendors: eXomin, FlowCentric, Microsoft, QAD


Name: Complete PC Solutions

Growth: 74 percent

Managing director: Frank Triantafyllou (pictured)

Headquarters: Melbourne

Vendors: HP, IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft, Trend Micro

No. 8

Name: Stratatel

Growth: 95 percent

Managing director: Mike Fairclough (pictured) Headquarters: Sydney

Managing director: Mike Fairclough

Vendor: IBM

No. 7

Name: Network Neighborhood

Growth: 108 percent

Headquarters: Melbourne

Vendors: HP, IBM, Lenovo

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Name: Remora Technologies

Growth:114 percent

Owners: Rob Silver (left) and James Cave

Headquarters: Melbourne

Vendors: Oracle, Splunk, Sun Microsystems


Name: Mercury IT

Growth: 114 percent

Director: Luke Halliday

(pictured) Headquarters: Gold Coast

Vendors: Cisco, HP, Samsung, Symantec, Trend Micro

No. 4

Name: BluePoint

Growth: 137 percent

Founder: Craig McLaughlin (right)

Vendor: Google


Name: Cool Chilli

Growth: 151 percent

Headquarters: Canberra, ACT

Vendors: HP, Lenovo, McAfee, Microsoft, Symantec

No. 2

Name: Software Traction

Growth: 234 percent

CEO: Stu Garrow

Headquarters: Adelaide, SA

Vendors: IBM, M86

No. 1

Name: Anittel

Growth: 310 percent

Chairman: Peter Kazacos(pictured)

Managing director: Ilkka Tales

Headquarters: Sydney, NSW

Vendors: Cisco, Dell, HP, Microsoft, Telstra

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