The tech firm said the third quarter to September 30 finished as anticipated and is “highly pleased” with the performance across its geographies.
On Monday it will complete the acquisition of Pivot Technology Solutions and BT Services France, which will be renamed Computacenter Network & Systems.
These additions are expected to have a marginal positive effect on 2020 results but should contribute “significantly” to 2021.
Toronto-listed Pivot was acquired earlier this month for CA$2.60 per share, or a total of CA$105.8mln.
The Canadian IT solution provider made US$1.2bn of revenue and US$20mln of pre-tax profit in 2019.
Earlier this year, UK telecoms giant BT PLC (LON:BT.A) agreed to divest its domestic operations in France to Computacenter for an undisclosed price.
BT Services France generated £104mln of revenue in the year to March 2019.
Shares dipped 1% to 2,272p on Friday morning.