Consolidation is proceeding in the managed print services community, with three UK services providers merging to form one Xerox-focused partner.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Steve Hawkins, managing director of the merged, privately owned reseller group, said customers and staff would benefit from a stronger team and increased service and support resources, effective across a larger UK footprint.
"The merger will build on and maximise new and existing relationships, local market knowledge and experience in the public and private sector markets. At the same time, the merger enables Xeretec to remain a strong, independent company," Hawkins said.
Xeretec's head office is in Wokingham, Berkshire.
All three managed print services providers were Xerox partners, and it is believed that no jobs will be lost in the merger.
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