Business software reseller TSG has made its 17th acquisition with the
purchase of Midlands-based Open Systems Services.
The acquisition, which was made possible through funding from the £25m Lloyds
TSB Corporate facility agreed earlier in the year, is the 17th for the group –
founded by former Sage head Graham Wylie – since its inception in October 2003.
OSS, founded by Don Islip and Colin Corbett in April 1991, has specialised in
providing business IT based on Pegasus software.
Alan Mann, regional managing director, TSG midlands said: ‘Apart from Pegasus
product expertise, OSS has particular strengths in hardware and infrastructure
support and installation, which will allow us to offer an increasingly
comprehensive service to our customers in Birmingham with the roll-out of TSG’s
System Care support service.’
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