Euronext-listed Exclusive Networks has reported its second quarter results, that show a 43% increase on gross sales on the same quarter last year.
Turnover was just over €1 billion at the international distributor for the three months, and there was a 34% increase in overall sales for the half-year.
The company doesn’t post any profit/loss figures for the group.
Jesper Trolle (pictured), chief executive officer at Exclusive, said: “Growth has been fuelled this quarter by all of the main core cyber security segments, as well as by our newest segments such as cloud security and DevSecOps, both delivering sharp growth and validating our strategy to accelerate opportunities in these areas through the acquisition of Nuaware.
“These areas of business have experienced triple-digit growth rates and have outstanding growth potential.”
Additionally, Exclusive has expanded its European partnership with Tenable, the cyber exposure management vendor. Exclusive now covers the UK, Ireland, Germany, the Nordics, BeNeLux, Iberia and Italy for the vendor.
Previously, it handled Tenable in France, Central and Eastern Europe and Africa.
“We’ve achieved significant success with Exclusive Networks over the last few years and look forward to building on this as we expand our relationship across Europe,” said Guy March, senior director of EMEA channels at Tenable.