Solihull IT firm Wavenet has completed another acquisition.
The company, which specialises in cloud telecoms, IT and technology-managed services, has bought out Luton-based IT and security provider Internal Systems in an undisclosed deal.
It comes just weeks after it acquired Shropshire outfit NTS Communications which offers contact centre, unified communications, cloud and IT services to UK and international customers.
Internal Systems, which was formed in 1997, builds, deploys and supports a range of network services that are designed to be superfast, secure and robust.
The acquisition by Wavenet brings even more IT services into the wider group as the company continues to grow its cloud infrastructure.
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Wavenet chief executive Bill Dawson said: “Internal Systems is a dynamic and consultative business with a team dedicated to the success of its customers.
“The additional IT knowledge Internal Systems brings to the group will be invaluable as we continue to grow our IT support and security portfolio.
“This acquisition gives us an even stronger foundation to provide the very best cloud solutions to our customers across both enterprise and public sector.”
Philip Grannum, chief commercial officer at Wavenet, added: “It’s great to be expanding our IT and cloud infrastructure with the Internal Systems team joining us.
“Bringing more knowledge and expertise into the Wavenet group will be a huge benefit to our customers.”
Wavenet’s financial due diligence was provided by Dow Schofield Watts.