Chess Telecoms, has announced its fourth acquisition of 2013 snapping up business telecom specialists Little Big One.
Chess have already acquired Concise, Rotel and Midus this year with many more deals in the pipeline.
David Pollock, Chief Executive at Chess commented “We’re delighted with the acquisition of Little Big One as it’s a great strategic fit for us and where we want to be heading in the near future. We’re very excited at having access to the South Yorkshire digital region, it’s a great sales opportunity for Chess and all our Partners. As an ambitious organisation this acquisition will challenge us to embrace change and also strengthen our ability to grow. Our people have the expertise, talent and skill to welcome our new customers on board and provide them with a level of service that exceeds their expectations.”
Teresa Robbins, Director at Little Big One commented “Chess has built a reputation over the years as an acquisition specialist and after our first meeting it was obvious they had the experience and knowledge to manage a seamless acquisition. It was important for us to leave our customers in safe hands and we couldn’t have asked for a better acquisition partner than Chess for our customers moving forward.”
Richard Btesh, Director at Chess, commented “After completing over 70 acquisitions within the last 6 years our team is more than capable of moving quickly on acquisitions with no disruption to any services. We have the cash and experience to deliver a smooth acquisition process. So if you’re looking to hit the beach then get in touch with us!”
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