Interactive Ideas has revealed plans to expand its services business as it looks to support the growth in demand for open source and networking products.
The distributor, which operates with two divisions aimed at etailers and the software market, outlined the plans after revealing it had racked up revenue of £31.4m for its last fiscal year.
The rest of its financial performance remained undisclosed but Interactive Ideas managing director Mike Trup said that it had been increasing revenue over the last four years.
"The company is planning another year of significant growth, with technologies and vendors in the pipeline as well as an expansion of the services business," he said.
The distributor has noted a trend from its reseller partners to order products that appeal in the tough economic climate and help customers cut costs and improve business performance.