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Intercity Acquires Imerja

Intercity Technology Limited has today announced that it has acquired Imerja Limited for an undisclosed sum. Imerja will enable the enlarged business to provide a full suite of complex and secure communications and IT services to its customers.

With operations across the UK and Europe, Intercity has been at the forefront of the mobile and unified communications industry since it was established 30 years ago. The deal with Imerja follows on from Intercity’s acquisition of cloud communications, network services and hosting specialist Gage Networks earlier this year.

Imerja holds an impressive collection of accreditations and will also provide Intercity with access to a number of public sector frameworks, including all four lots of the Government Digital Marketplace G-Cloud. Headquartered in Bolton, Lancashire, Imerja also has offices in Hertfordshire and Leicestershire. All Imerja staff, including the senior management team, will be retained post-completion.

Andrew Jackson (pictured), CEO of Intercity said “I’m delighted to welcome Imerja to the Intercity Technology family. Imerja brings a deep expertise in IT managed services and security, which allows us to offer our customers complete technology solutions across IT and telecoms. There is a strong cultural fit between our businesses and like us they focus on service excellence and technical knowledge to differentiate in the market”.

Ian Jackson, MD of Imerja commented ”Imerja has established itself as a reliable and trusted partner to the customers we serve. Our ability to provide a range of infrastructure and security services into the public and private sector is the envy of the industry and is all thanks to the commitment of everyone who works within the business. Being part of Intercity Technology will provide us with range of mobility and communications solutions to sit alongside our existing IT services; we are extremely excited to be a part of the Intercity Technology business”.

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine