Managed service provider EACS has acquired London-based disaster recovery specialist Sentronex for an undisclosed amount.
Sentronex is a Cisco and Microsoft partner, and also offers managed and professional services.
Kevin Timms, CEO at EACS, said the acquisition comes as the firm prepares to hit £30m revenue for its 2018 financial year.
EACS previously reported a revenue of £16.1m in the 12 months ending 31 March 2017.
Timms said: "Sentronex has built a well-deserved reputation for great service within the financial services sector over many years.
"This acquisition enables us to add a fantastic set of clients to our business from a base in London of high-quality technical resources.
"Significantly, Sentronex's disaster recovery services adds an important new dimension to our managed services portfolio and Sentronex customers will have the advantage of EACS's end-to-end cloud and business consultancy portfolio.
Sentronex will continue to trade as a separate business but will be fully integrated into EACS. The firm does not report its revenue on Companies House.
Sentronex CEO Mark Parnell-Hopkinson, who will depart the business following the acquisition, added: "This is a great move for Sentronex and our clients. Sentronex customers gain an important level of scale and breadth of service provision that will be a big advantage to them and our employees.
"The opportunity it provides is excellent."
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