2017
4,600 employees
10.4 billion sales
2016
4000 employees
9.3 billion sales
2015
3700 employees
7.4 billion sales
2014
3000 employees
6.7 billion sales
2013
2400 employees
6.4 billion sales
2012
2200 employees
5 billion sales
2011
1400 employees
4.1 billion sales
“Find what you are passionate about, & you will be happy & enthusiastic, no matter what you do.” - Ann Marr, St. Louis Business Journal Women's Conference, January 2011
2010
1205 employees
3.3 billion sales
2009
1139 employees
2.3 billion sales
  • Opens Lakeview Technology Center with more than 2 million square feet of space for advanced logistics
  • Opens new facility in Tampa, FL
  • Acquires Server Centric Consulting to grow data center practice
  • Receives three awards at the 2009 Cisco Partner Summit Global Awards
  • Introduces TG500 Cisco TelePresence Movable Solution
  • Completes VoIP project for the State of Alaska
  • Achieves Gold Solution Advisor Status with Citrix
2008
1010 employees
2.53 billion sales
  • Opens new facilities in Sumare, Brazil, Las Vegas, Nevada and Tempe, Airzona
  • Reached $1 billion in sales with Cisco
  • Receives 2008 Supplier Recognition Award for Customer Service from AT&T
  • Ranks #36 on VAR Business 50
  • Receives Cisco's Enterprise Partner of the Year, DVAR of the Year and Mobility Partner of the Year awards
  • Achieves Master Unified Communications and Security Specializations from Cisco
2007
1008 employees
2.5 billion sales
  • Awarded SEWP contract from NASA
  • Awarded ITES-2H contract
  • Receives St. Louis Commerce Top 50 Businesses Shaping our Future Award
  • Receives Cisco's US/Canada Theatre Partner of the Year Award
  • Wins CIPTUG Application Bake-off
  • Ranks #39 VAR Business 50
2006
900 employees
2.1 billion sales
  • Receives Cisco Public Sector Partner of the Year Award
  • Ranks #43 on VAR Business 500
2005
900 employees
1.8 billion sales
  • Opens new facilities in Phoenix, AZ; Granite City, IL; Earth City, MO; Greensboro, NC; Westchester, OH; and Virginia Beach, VA and expanded in Compton, CA; Nashville, TN; and Austin, TX
  • Buys out venture capital firms, Highland Capital Partner and Summit Partners, for $27.5 million
  • Receives Cisco's Federal Direct VAR of the Year Award
  • Receives SBC 2005 Supplier Recognition Award for Customer Service
  • Ranks #248 on Deloitte Technology Fast 500 List
  • Ranks #45 VAR Business 50
  • Ranks #58 of Washington Technology Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors
2004
500 employees
1.4 billion sales
  • Achieves Cisco Metro Optical Transport Advanced Technology Certification
  • Acquires Scientific and Engineering Workstation Procurement III (SEWP) Contract from ECS Technologies, Inc.
  • Receives Hewlett-Packard PartnerOne Platinum Status
  • Receives SBC Communications' Outstanding Supplier Customer Service Award
  • Ranks #51 of Washington Technology Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors
  • SDE Business Partnering becomes World Wide Technology - Automotive
2003
450 employees
1.1 billion sales
  • Opens offices in Rancho Dominguez, CA; Tuscaloosa, AL; Reno, NV
  • Receives Cisco's Growing with Technology Awards for Operational Excellence
  • Receives Dell's "Best Customer Experience" Supplier Award
  • Receives GSA "Industry Partner Award"
  • Receives OSHA Certificate of Appreciation
  • Ranks #50 of Washington Technology Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors
  • Ranks #14 on St. Louis Business Journal Largest Privately Held Companies List
  • Ranks #67 on VAR Business 500
  • Named a St. Louis Regional Technology Top 50 Company
  • WWT and Telcobuy merge
  • World Wide Technology Holding Co., Inc. (WWTHC) is created
  • Jim Kavanaugh becomes CEO of WWTHC
  • Tom Strunk becomes CFO of WWTHC
2002
300 employees
714 million sales
  • Opens offices in Nashville, TN, and Austin, TX
  • Creates SDE Business Partnering
  • Named RCGA Fast 50 Technology Company
  • Ranks #42 of Washington Technology Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors
  • Ranks #2 diversity-owned business in the U.S. by Div2000.com
2001
275 employees
924 million sales
  • Opens offices in Livermore, CA; Aberdeen, MD; McLean, VA
  • Ranks #10 on RCGA Fast 50 Technology Company List
  • Ranks #51 of Washington Technology Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors
  • Ranks #67 on VAR Business 500
  • Telcobuy receives 1st place in St. Louis Business Journal's e-business awards
  • Co-founder Dave Steward inducted into SBA "Hall of Fame"
2000
200 employees
802 million sales
  • Opens offices in Plano, TX
  • Upgrades to Oracle Release 11
  • Ranks #14 on RCGA Fast 50 Technology Company List
  • Ranks #87 on VAR Business 500
  • Telcobuy registered to TL9000
  • Joe Koenig becomes president of WWT
  • Mark Catalano becomes president of Telcobuy
1999
175 employees
413 million sales
  • WWT spins out telecommunications division to create Telcobuy
  • WWT Co-founder Jim Kavanaugh becomes CEO of Telcobuy
  • Tom Strunk becomes CFO of Telcobuy
  • Telcobuy raises $27.5 million from Highland Capital and Summit Partners
  • Telcobuy files IPO
  • WWT named RCGA Fast 50 Technology Company
  • Ranks #66 of Washington Technology Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors
  • Ranks #97 on VAR Business 500
  • WWT Co-founder Jim Kavanaugh is a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award
1998
100 employees
202 million sales
  • Installs Oracle Release 10.7
  • Purchases buildings 58, 60, 62, 64 and 131 Weldon Pkwy in St. Louis to create WWT/Telcobuy campus
  • Named a RCGA Fast 50 Technology Company
  • Ranks #64 of Washington Technology Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors
  • Ranks #109 on VAR Business 500
  • WWT Co-founder Dave Stewardreceives Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award
  • WWT Co-founder Dave Steward receives US SBA Region VII Minority Small Business Person of the Year Award
1997
74 employees
135 million sales
  • Named a RCGA Fast 50 Technology Company
  • Ranks #45 of Washington Technology Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors
  • Ranks #142 on VAR Business 500
  • Ranks #394 on Inc. 500
1996
50 employees
81 million sales
  • Opens office in Herndon, VA
  • Receives Southwestern Bell Entrepreneurial Spirit Award
  • Named a RCGA Fast 50 Technology Company
  • Ranks #159 on VAR Business 500
1995
35 employees
74 million sales
  • Receives Southwestern Bell Minority Supplier of the Year Award
1994
30 employees
17 million sales
1993
23 employees
9 million sales
“My business partner, Dave Steward, & I started the company when we were both fairly inexperienced in IT by reselling computer systems & printers back in 1990.” - Jim Kavanaugh, 2012, profile magazine
1992
20 employees
8 million sales
1991
10 employees
3 million sales
1990
7 employees
812,000 sales