Chicago, IL – July 21, 2009 – CDI,North America’s largest supplier of recertified, brand name computers to the educational market, reported a 49.6% percent increase in second quarter sales over the same period last year.
The company has just released revenue figures for 2009 year-to-date. Growth for the first half compared to the same period in 2008 was 39.8%, accelerating to 49.6% in the second quarter. This marked the 5th quarter of strong, continuous growth for the company.
“The growth we are experiencing is due to our efforts to better communicate our message to potential customers and an increase in the size and scope of our sales team,” stated Saar Pikar, CDI’s General Manager. “I am proud of our team’s success in expanding our customer base, especially in the face of this difficult economic climate.”
CDI has created a strong market for recertified computer equipment within the education industry. Pikar believes what really sets CDI apart is their recertification program. CDI provides schools with current, reliable technology that is far less expensive than new equipment. This approach has revolutionized technology purchases and allowed many districts to dramatically improve their computer to student ratios.
CDI is North America’s largest distributor of recertified computer equipment within the education industry. CDI’s mission is to help schools increase the number of computers available to students while dramatically reducing their technology spending. CDI is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Chicago based Relational LLC, one of the largest independent leasing and technology solutions providers in North America.
CDI – North America’s largest supplier of recertified computers to the educational market
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