CDW Corp

NASDAQ: CDW
$231.06
-$0.51 (-0.2%)
Closing price May 24, 2024

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CDW Company Data

Asset Type Stock
Exchange NASDAQ
Currency USD
Country USA
Sector TRADE & SERVICES
Industry RETAIL-CATALOG & MAIL-ORDER HOUSES
Address 200 N MILWAUKEE AVENUE, VERNON HILLS, IL, US
Fiscal Year End December
Latest Quarter 12/31/2023
Market Cap 33,194.06M USD
Shares Outstanding 134,215,000
CDW Corporation provides information technology (IT) solutions in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada. It operates through three segments: Corporate, Small Business, and Public. The company offers discrete hardware and software products and services, as well as integrated IT solutions, including on-premise and cloud capabilities across hybrid infrastructure, digital experience, and security. Its hardware products comprise notebooks/mobile devices, network communications, desktop computers, collaboration, data storage and servers, and others; and software products consists of cloud solutions, software assurance, application suites, security, virtualization, operating systems, and network management. The company also provides advisory and design, software development, implementation, managed, professional, configuration, partner, and telecom services, as well as warranties; delivers and manages mission critical software, systems, and network solutions; and implementation and installation, and repair services to its customers through various third-party service providers. It serves government, education, and healthcare customers; and small, medium, and large business customers. CDW Corporation was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Vernon Hills, Illinois.

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