Comms VAR Excalibur has made its third acquisition in 18 months, snapping up Swindon-based Microsoft partner Sensata.
Sensata specialises in supporting networks in SMB customers, and also partners with Sophos, HP and Dell.
Excalibur CEO Peter Boucher said: "We welcome Sensata into the business. It's a proven company that shares our passion for delivering a great service to clients and going the extra mile to create IT solutions specifically for SMEs.
"It's a natural fit for both of us and, as we grow, we also benefit from the addition of great staff into the Excalibur talent pool.
"We have just had a record quarter of growth in our IT business. This acquisition, in particular, accelerates the growth and opportunities for us in our home town of Swindon."
Sensata's founders Christopher and Janet Griffin will remain with the business, as will all Sensata employees.
Christopher Griffin said: "After a successful and enjoyable 14 years running Sensata, Janet and I are delighted for the company to be joining Excalibur.
"It was important for us to secure an agreement that would provide security for our dedicated staff and continuity of service for our loyal customers.
"We have found this in Excalibur, which is a highly respected local company, and one that has the expertise to support the great SMEs that we work with in Swindon. Janet and I will continue to be involved with the business and are looking forward to supporting Excalibur's development as it goes forward."
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