Konica Minolta Adds IT Services Team Through Acquisition of IT Weapons
Ramsey, NJ: Konica Minolta Business Solutions , a provider of information management solutions focused on enterprise content, technology optimization and cloud services, today announced the acquisition of IT Weapons, which will operate as a subsidiary company under its own name and current management team and whose 86 employees will become part of Konica Minolta.
IT Weapons is a Managed Services Provider and has been recognized by MSPmentor, CRN and CDN. With an extremely strong technical team who focuses on excellence in execution, joining forces with the innovative and nationally recognized Konica Minolta means IT Weapons can accelerate their growth, without compromising any aspect of their service delivery.
“We are extremely excited to have IT Weapons join the Konica Minolta family” says Chris Dewart, CEO of Konica Minolta Business Solutions. “This is a company that has built a remarkable team of technical experts and a portfolio of cutting edge services that we cannot wait to bring to the wider Canadian market.”
Ted Garner, CEO of IT Weapons shared his enthusiasm, “We are so thrilled about this new chapter in the evolution of our company. The Konica Minolta team really shares our core values and our passion for delivering exceptional client experience. We have found a partner that deeply respects our culture and who is committed to nurturing the award-winning service delivery and execution engine that IT Weapons has become.”
Through its All Covered IT Services division, Konica Minolta already offers a wide range strategic IT Services in the US, and the combined IT Services group will now total more than 1,000 employees across North America, following the IT Weapons transaction.
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