|By Marketwired .||
|July 22, 2014 09:21 AM EDT||
OLDSMAR, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/22/14 -- Global Convergence Inc. (GCI), a global IT channel services and specialty technology distribution company, today announced that it has acquired the operating assets of global services and solutions provider NXO Americas, the North American subsidiary of NextiraOne Europe. This acquisition was incubated by an existing, long-term global services partnership between the two companies, and allows GCI to continue to broaden its IT services offerings for channel partners.
"The addition of NXO Americas' expertise and infrastructure, particularly around Alcatel-Lucent solutions, is a fitting addition to our robust services portfolio," said Jim Bradshaw, Chairman and CEO at Global Convergence. "The acquisition enables us to provide our partners with access to additional services and boosts our capabilities even further to deliver advanced solutions."
The acquisition is complete and new, highly experienced resources from NXO Americas will also be joining the GCI team as part of the transaction. The business will be integrated with GCI's existing infrastructure and brand, and can also be leveraged to channel partners as a white label services opportunity. The move is another investment in GCI's strategic growth strategy for 2014 which recently included adding operations in EMEA and moving its U.S. headquarters to a new, modern space that fosters a highly-collaborative work environment.
About Global Convergence Inc.
Founded in 1990, Global Convergence Inc. empowers solution providers to bring emerging, innovative and disruptive technologies to market, providing them with a full, end-to-end array of global IT services to help exceed customer expectations. With a strong foundation as a U.S.-based specialty distributor with a full, channel-centric services portfolio, offering everything from design to deployment, GCI has expanded its reach to over 130 countries. Learn more at www.globalconvergence.com.
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