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Evolve IP Acquires AiTech
The cloud is here to stay, introducing the next generation in communications solutions and ushering in a new era in network performance, flexibility and form factor. The space is crowded and competitive, to say the least, which is now experiencing a frenzy of mergers and acquisitions.
Evolve IP (News - Alert) announced the acquisition of AiTech, a Minnesota-based UCaaS provider. The cloud communications additions furthers Evolve IP’s strategy of building out its Midwestern presence, and continue to deliver a suite of contact center, cloud computing as well as identity and access management services.
"We are thrilled to welcome AiTech and their clients to the Evolve IP family," said Guy Fardone, Chief Executive Officer and Founding Partner of Evolve IP. "The talented team in Minnesota will play a significant role in our successful expansion in the Midwest region of the United States; both in terms of sales, as well as carrying on their tradition of client support excellence. Our associates around the world are looking forward to their contributions."
AiTech customers will begin migrating from a Broadsoft (Cisco (News - Alert)) UCaaS platform to the Evolve product suite including the award-winning OSSmosis cloud management portal and the Evolve Contact Center Suite. In addition, Aitech also gain access to a robust cloud computing portfolio and improved IT efficiency.
"We are incredibly happy to be joining Evolve IP and for the opportunities it provides our associates, clients and partners," said Greg Lohrenz, CEO and Founder of AiTech. "Evolve IP's OneCloud® platform, with contact center, cloud computing, and identity and access management solutions, fits perfectly with our clients' push to the cloud and with our partners' desire to provide even more services to their base of customers. We're looking forward to driving tremendous growth in the Midwest with Evolve IP."
This announcement is simply a sign of the times, we have some time before the dust settles in this aggressive arena.
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Edited by Maurice Nagle