Intercity Networks has today announced that it has acquired the business of Gage Networks LLP for an undisclosed sum.
As a specialist in Cloud Communications services, including Touch Telephony and Contact Centre, plus Data Centre Services and Global Network solutions, Gage Networks will add considerable depth to Intercity’s service offering when combined with its existing Telecoms business.
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.
Located in Oakham, Rutland, Gage Networks has been delivering complex global technology solutions to UK and international enterprise clients since 2002, providing exceptional levels of service and solution delivery. All Gage Networks staff, including the senior management team, will be retained post-completion.
Andrew Jackson, CEO of Intercity said “Gage Networks is a business with exceptional technical credentials and expertise, a reputation for service excellence and an extremely strong management team. This is an exciting time for our business in the UK and Netherlands and we expect to make further strategic acquisitions over the coming years. This acquisition will allow us to deliver an ambitious growth plan and move towards combined IT & Telecoms solutions to our customers, building on the global infrastructure that Gage Networks provides us.”
Andrew Davis, CEO of Gage Networks commented “There is a clear strategic alignment between our businesses and we look forward to combining our expertise to enhance our proposition for our customers and employees alike. With a shared vision and strong values, and by combining our expertise and resources, we will be able to provide a market-leading suite of IT and communications technologies for our existing and future customers.”
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