2011 CRN Fast50 winner announced

By Allie Coyne, David Binning on Dec 1, 2011 9:30 PM
Filed under Strategy

We reveal the fastest growing reseller for 2011.

View larger image CRN hosted its Fast50 awards to over 200 people at the Sheraton on the Park in Sydney. View larger image Representatives from the top 50 list came along to learn which resellers had made the top 10. View larger image CRN editor David Binning kicked off the evening with a few words.

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For the second year running Anittel has scooped the top nod for CRN’s fastest growing reseller.

Despite reporting a full year net loss of $19.9 million for FY2011, the company still managed just over 176 per cent revenue growth.

This year saw Anittel kick off an aggressive play into rural and regional Australia amidst plans to expand its national footprint, reshuffle its senior management, win several deals including preferred supplier for WA’s Local Government Association supplier panel, and most importantly continue its run of acquisitions including IBM integrator Future Townsville. 

 

Anittel chairman Peter Kazacos once again installed himself into the CEO position after the removal of former top dog Ilkka Tales and director Carlos Perez.

Anittel was also named Deloitte Australia's fastest growing technology company, thanks to over 1000 per cent growth in a  three year period.

 
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