After tying up four acquisitions in 18 months, buy-and-build specialist Concorde Excel Holdings has brought all its subsidiaries under one brand.
In March 2009 a consortium of local businessmen headed by Colin Meakin snapped up West Yorkshire VAR Concorde Informatics in a buy-in management buyout deal.
Last year Concorde purchased Leeds reseller Phase CRS and Blackburn-based network management firm Control Key was added to the fold this year. Concorde's ambition to establish a presence in the south of England was realised last month with the acquisition of Middlesex network support specialist RW Communications.
All companies have now been brought under the banner of Concorde Informatics Technology Group (CITG). Meakin will serve as chief executive of the group.
The Concorde name has been in the channel for 25 years and the expanded group now employs about 75 people across offices in Leeds, Blackburn and Uxbridge. The firm is aiming for further growth, both organically and through consolidation.
Meakin said: "Even in the face of significant changes – especially over the past 12 months – the organisation’s unwavering commitment to both customers and staff remains unchanged. We are excited to see what opportunities the next 25 years holds for CITG.”
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