SHI President and CEO Thai Lee kicked off SHI’s Global Sales Conference this morning by confirming what most employees had already suspected: SHI’s strong start to 2015 continued into Q2 resulting in a record first half performance in our 26th year in business.
Through June, SHI’s year-to-date revenue was up 15 percent over the same period in 2014 with double-digit growth experienced in all domestic sales verticals. SHI also saw significant increases within international divisions, notably in Canada, the United Kingdom, and France. Continue Reading…
This week SHI is hosting its annual Global Sales Conference, where hundreds of SHI employees and dozens of partners have gathered to celebrate SHI’s 25th anniversary and collaborate on how to continue to deliver exceptional value and experience as we help customers select, deploy, and manage technology.
The theme this year? Growth — in partner relationships; hardware, data center software, security, storage, and other business divisions; employee count; and revenue.
And so, in that spirit, we revealed today SHI’s revenue for the first half of 2014. In the first six months of the year, SHI recorded $2.57 billion — a 12 percent jump year over year — keeping us on pace for another record-breaking year.
Take a look at our official press release below for CEO Thai Lee’s thoughts on this latest milestone, and follow our hashtag, #SHIGSC, for additional updates from our event.
There is no denying the tectonic shifts taking place in the IT industry, from the slowing PC market to the related rise of mobility. These changes no doubt introduce many variables and questions to organizations, but the ability of their IT solutions provider to navigate these disruptions should not be one of them.
SHI CEO Thai Lee outlines vision for the future of SHI at the company’s annual Global Sales Conference
Last week at our 2013 Global Sales Conference in Orlando, SHI President and CEO Thai Lee summarized SHI’s response to the changes of the past 36 months and outlined her vision for how the company will capitalize on emerging IT opportunities: “One SHI,” a four-point plan that will help us maintain our high levels of service despite any new variables, questions, or challenges the changing IT landscape might bring.
One SHI builds on SHI’s ability to adapt, align, and execute faster than the competition — the key to our growth and financial success. Our IT expertise enables us to help customers address any number of IT challenges, whether they arise in physical, virtual, or cloud environments. Over the past three years, SHI has reinvested in our systems and solutions in order to upgrade our internal systems with zero disruption and maximum benefit to our customers. Continue Reading…