Inabox unleashes new services to 1,000 Anittel customers 
 
Anittel clinches school deals worth up to $2 million 
Now has more than 45 school contracts in Western Australia.
 
Anittel buyer Inabox to save $3m by cutting jobs and closing office 
 
Anittel turnaround coming, says new owner 
Predicts earnings will break even under Inabox this year.
 
Lessons from leaders at the CRN Fast50 
Panellists talked best practice in managed services and partner programs.
 
Coca-Cola exec becomes new Anittel boss 
New owner Inabox makes major hire from outside IT.
 
Inabox gets shareholder approval to buy Anittel business 
 
For sale: Anittel's shell 
Comes pre-packaged with tech investors, and Peter Kazacos.
 
Reseller's Report Card: Vendors must engage early and often 
 
The trail of M&A that led to surprise Anittel buyout 
Rollercoaster years for nationwide IT outfit.
 
Anittel to be acquired for up to $10m 
Combined telco and ICT business revenues total $83 million.
 
BigAir stacks leadership team with ex-Optus, DiData talent 
 
Anittel still in the red but stockpiling cash 
 
Reseller report card: Revolution IT 
Vendors are generally upping their game, says Hamish Leighton.
 
Anittel still losing money but on the mend 
Focusing on return to profit after sale to BigAir.
 
Aussie IT services firm taps into crowdsourcing 
Exploit the trend instead of fighting it, says Melbourne firm.
 
BigAir nabs DiData CTO 
Also sees huge growth from three-year, six-company M&A spree.
 
Anittel completes sale of 20% of company 
Couldn’t achieve scale to compete in telco.
 
Anittel sheds hosting and carrier arm for $6.5m 
 
Sydney resellers merge, hope to trounce MYOB and Xero 
JCurve looking to recruit channel for 'NetSuite Lite'.
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Issue: 336 | March 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.