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By | Drew Cullen 21st April 2005 10:53

PC-WARE buys Austrian reseller

Microsoft specialist adds another country to its bow

PC-WARE, the German-owned reseller which specialises in flogging Microsoft licences, is buying an Austrian reseller for an undisclosed sum.

Datacontract (Vienna) is a corporate dealer employing 20 people and has sales of €30m a year. Currently it focuses on selling hardware and services - it is a reseller for IBM and Fujitsu Siemens. Under the new ownership, it will start building up its software revenues.

The deal closes on 1 June - press release is here (pdf).

PC-WARE operates in 12 European countries, including the UK, and in South Africa. It is one of five European large account resellers for Microsoft. You can find its most up-to-date financials here (pdf). ®

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