Elite Group has raised £30m via a refinancing deal to kick-start an acquisition spree.
The comms and cloud VAR has completed 16 acquisitions, claiming that the addition of Nexus Telecommunications last year lifted the group's revenue to £50m.
The finance deal with Lloyds Bank will see the firm continue on the M&A trail.
CEO Matt Newing said: "We've worked closely with Lloyds Bank for over 10 years so I am pleased that that relationship will continue.
"With 16 successful acquisitions under our belt already, we now have a further £30m with which to continue growing through acquisition, and as always we will also continue to grow the business through organic means too."
Elite was traditionally a comms VAR, but has since expanded into cloud and IT services.
In its most recent filing on Companies House the group reported a revenue of £40.2m for the year ending 31 July 2017.
It counts Cisco, HP and Microsoft among its partners.
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