The outfit said that after looking at its four-week rolling average for year on year revenue sales growth climbing from minus ten per cent in week 16 to an increase of 4.6 percent in week 17, outperforming 2019 figures for the same period of minus 1.9 percent .
The analyst house highlighted is expecting second quarter numbers to come in with a 4.1 percent decline after a robust first quarter had delivered 4.8 percent increases.
Certain product areas continue to provide the channel with revenue growth opportunities, including AV systems, mobile and desktop computing, software, and licences. Recent weeks have also seen demand for warranties and service, ehealth devices, and games consoles. Context is warning that the biggest losers in the second quarter will be telecoms, printing hardware and consumables, displays and infrastructure and security.