Connect Managed Services (Connect) has announced the acquisition of PC-1 for an undisclosed sum. PC-1 is a specialist contact centre solutions provider with specific expertise in Genesys and Cisco technologies. The newly combined entity creates a £26 million multi-platform global technology powerhouse. The business will trade as Connect Managed Services. Connect is backed by London based mid-market private equity investor LDC.
Alex Tupman, CEO of Connect Managed Services, said. “We have a very clear vision for the business, which is to provide the most complete and technically advanced contact centre and managed service offering in the industry. PC-1 is the recognised leader in Genesys technology, having recently been named ‘Genesys Partner of the year 2017’. Adding deep Genesys expertise into the mix completes our platform agnostic strategy and extends our existing capabilities beyond our established leadership position in Avaya and Cisco technologies. Having collaborated with the PC-1 team on many occasions over the last few years, we are very confident this will be a great fit for our staff and customers alike.”
Alex continued. “Connect’s business development philosophy is based on three core programmes, Stabilise, Enhance and Transform (SET). Since 2014, we have been investing heavily in upgrading our technology platforms and building robust procedures to ensure we deliver a superior user experience for all our customers. We believe this focus, together with our very strong financial position, an unrivalled talent pool supporting global firms such as RBS, Tesco and Johnson & Johnson, firmly places Connect as the industry’s ‘go-to’ contact centre and managed service partner of choice.”
Alex said. “Businesses are becoming increasingly frustrated by the limitations being placed on them by the ‘traditional, legacy-laden’ suppliers. As a result, many are seeking out independent, trusted partners, who can provide unbiased, expert advice, which enables them to confidently select appropriate technology strategies that can also be quickly and efficiently adapted to scale with their changing business requirements. The expanded Connect offering has been specifically designed to satisfy this need. We believe that the extensive knowledge and experience of the team, together with our truly technology agnostic approach is a very clear differentiator in a crowded market, and provides our clients with a unique, highly cost effective, contact centre and managed service offering that will satisfy both current and future needs.”
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