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Global IT spending rose 9.5% last year, according to recent estimates from Gartner. Color D&H Distributing unimpressed. The company recently reported “double-digit overall growth” in 2021, and 50% year-over-year gains or better in key categories like security, ProAV, and unified communications, not to mention a 79% spike in sales of cloud solutions.
Revenue in many of those segments will grow up to 25% further in 2022, according to D&H Co-President Dan Schwab. “We’re still very bullish,” he said in a conversation with ChannelPro. “IT in this remote workforce, in this new normal, has become more important than ever.”
Still, while Schwab and others project continued growth in tech outlays generally in 2022, the contours of that spending are evolving. Here’s a look at what D&H sees happening in the market today, what it predicts will happen later this year, and where it’s investing to make the most of those trends.
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