DLT Solutions made $790 million in revenue for the 2010 fiscal year and saw a 29 percent growth since 2009.
This was the fourth consecutive year DLT grew by more than 20 percent.
“The numbers make it clear that we have been earning a large market share for our manufacturer partners and becoming even more relevant to their public sector go-to-market strategies,“ President and CEO Rick Marcotte said.
While the information technology market itself has been sluggish in its growth, DLT saw sales increase for its partnerships with Autodesk, Google, NetApp, Oracle, Quest Software, Red Hat, Solorwinds and Symantec. The firm and its vendors made $89 million in incremental revenue in 2010.
DLT's growth is credited with end-user sales and successful execution of a blend of products and services, support offerings and program management in cloud computing, data center consolidation, geospatial data systems and computer-aided design for transportation, utilities and manufacturing.
Marcotte went on to talk about the opportunities the company's success in 2010 will bring in this year.
“Our success in 2010 allows us to make additional strategic investments in 2011 to satisfy the evolving IT needs for our government customers, as well as increase our technical competencies and support capabilities of the vendor product and solution portfolios that we carry,“ he said.