Atlanta-based telephone firm Digitel buys IT service provider JTECH

By VCPOST Staff Reporter

Apr 05, 2014 04:23 PM EDT

Digitel Corp announced that it has closed the acquisition of managed IT services provider JTECH Networks, according to PR Web. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed in the said report.

Jay Ryerse of JTECH said of the transaction: "We are excited about the deal with Digitel. Data and telephony have been heading down the same road for years and now we can offer both to our valued customers. The core value of taking care of clients has always been important to me and I see the same focus from Digitel's team."

This is Digitel's eighth acquisition. This deal will lead to the expansion of its portfolio of IT, telephone system, and data center services. With the integration of JTECH, the firm will also be able to acquire computer repair, managed IT, and desktop support services for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), the report detailed.

Formed in 1983, Atlanta-based Digitel also has branches across Southeast Asia. The company provides IT, data center, and telephone services to both corporate and local government entities. JTECH, on the other hand, has been providing IT Managed Services to SMBs since 2005. The latter aims to help companies cut operating costs and outsource IT functions to gain more focus on their core businesses, PR Web reported.

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