Kelway chief executive Phil Doye has ruled out any further acquisitions until at least the end of its financial year as the company focuses on the integration of Repton.
The VAR giant will also look to fill accreditation gaps in its portfolio including Cisco Gold, Microsoft LAR and Catalist status in the near future, Doye also revealed.
Kelway snapped up Repton for an undisclosed amount in May, and both sides described the deal as a ‘perfect fit’.
“Our strategy is to properly integrate what we have,” said Doye. “For the rest of the financial year, it will be all about integration.”
Doye added that the firm is keen not to become a ‘basket case’ organisation that does not work in unison, due to excessive acquisitions.
“We have already announced that Panacea has been fully integrated and Repton will be integrated by the autumn,” he said.
“We feel we have made the right acquisitions in the right areas at the right time. From a customer perspective there are very few reasons why they should not buy from us.”
Doye also dismissed industry rumours about his firm making a move on Equanet.
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