Coms plc has launched a new subsidiary, Coms Media Ltd, following the acquisition of the media, design and animation specialist companies Clicks Media Studios Ltd and Darkside Animations Ltd.
The purchase of both Clicks Media Studios and Darkside Animations further strengthens Coms’ abilities to produce new, exciting and dynamic content in its established markets of cloud based solutions, hosted telephony, broadband and mobile, business infrastructure, smart buildings and IT support services.
Coms will now be able to produce such cutting edge marketing for customers. A look inside the services that can offered includes: CGi (Computer Generated imagery), augmented reality (AR), branding, video production, media services, radio and TV advertising expertise, digital applications, merchandise implementation and presentation production.
There are substantial commercial benefits to clients and channel partners– prospective and current – by providing a full suite of communications products and services from managed services to hardware to creative output. As an example this could include provision of everything from broadband, VoIP telephony, business infrastructure, and mobile to websites, apps and customer engagement campaigns using cutting edge digital technology. Through these acquisitions, multiple touchpoints will be created enhancing opportunities to buy and engage.
Dave Breith, CEO of Coms, commented: “The establishment of this subsidiary certainly offers us more dynamic, complementary services to use for clients and wider industry. With a strong brand already in place, this guarantees our growing marketing team access to the very best talent and skills in order to produce the first class content that has proven to differentiate many market sectors, including IT and telecoms. There are vast commercial opportunities in this for us through cross- and up-selling. Communications through innovation, design and creativity, it’s what we do.”
Iain Ross, Chairman of Coms, stated: “The purchases of Clicks Media Studios Ltd and Darkside Animations Ltd concludes our acquisition programme for 2013 and over the coming months Dave Breith and his team will concentrate upon integrating these acquisitions and focus on driving organic growth. This is not only hugely exciting but demonstrates our desire to grow our entire business in a manner that sets us apart from our competition.”
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