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The CDW-Sirius Merger: 8 Big Profit And Sales Stats To Know

From gross profit margins to hardware versus services sales, here are eight key data points and figures from CDW and Sirius Computer Solutions’ upcoming merger.

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81% Of CDW’s Revenue Comes Via Hardware

Out of CDW’s $18.5 billion in sales last year, 81 percent came via hardware revenue. This means CDW sold roughly $15 billion in IT hardware in 2020. Interestingly, only 5 percent of sales came from services, which would be around $900 million.

Looking at Sirius’ portfolio mix, 21 percent of its $2 billion in sales last year came from services, while another 21 percent came from software revenue. This means services and software sales hit $840 million for Sirius in 2020. The remaining 58 percent of total sales came from IT hardware, which would be roughly $1.16 billion.

Sirius’ Mertens told CRN that his company will gain new capabilities and opportunities around client devices such as PCs.

“By this combination, we gain some capability around client-side computing that we haven’t had. I think the combination of the two will create some pretty attractive offerings for clients,” said Mertens.

 
 
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