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Purchase of outsourced IT services division announced

03 April 2017

Newbury-based consultancy Ntegra has sold its IT Support Services division to Excalibur Communications.

Adding to the company's previous acquisitions, it has stated that its intention is to strengthen its position as a complete communications and IT partner.

Excalibur acquired Chippenham-based IT business Devision last year, which followed the purchase of Bridge Solutions and Enmico Enterprises prior to that.

Ntegra co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO) Andy Jeffries the decision to sell its IT Support Services arm was taken to assist its main focus on "providing consulting and enterprise managed services" to FTSE 100 and 250 customers.

In relation to Excalibur, he said: "We are confident that personnel and clients have plenty to look forward to with an organisation that is also so passionate about its staff and local community."

Excalibur CEO James Phipps said the acquisition provided a good fit with his company's ongoing grow.

He this will add "extra strength and depth to our technical support team, as well as gaining important customers in the education and charitable sectors".

Excalibur is a Sunday Times Top 100 company and has partner status with both Vodafone Total Communications and Microsoft Gold.

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