Harris Technology maintained good sales figures at the end of 2020 thanks to strong PC sales figures.
The online retailer reported revenue of $ 9.57 million in the quarter ended December 2020, fueled by Amazon Australia’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales events and the holiday season. Revenue for the quarter ending September 2020 was $ 9.82 million in comparison.
Harris’ total revenue for the 2021 half-year ending Dec.31, 2020 was $ 19.39 million, up 373% year-over-year from $ 4.1 million. The result is also higher than the full year 2020 result of $ 13.6 million.
Some of the growth was supported by the company’s gaming products business. Harris also announced the launch of a new line of custom PC gaming systems.
The growth of IT /Technology The division for the quarter offset the slowdown in its personal protective equipment business, the Pro-Hygiene division.
The division experienced a “significant” slowdown in sales due to “abundant supply in the market” and the relaxation of health restrictions in Australia.
In an ad in September, Harris announced plans to sell housewares and kitchenware to his online business, selling exclusively via Amazon Australia.
Harris was riding a surge in PC sales following the COVID-19 pandemic, where demand peaked in a decade in 2020.
Technology Analyst firms Canalys, Gartner and IDC said PC shipments in 2020 were fueled by increased sales in the last quarter of this year, concluding a surprisingly strong year for PCs and peripherals.
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