Access Technology Group moved a step closer to its goal of generating £30m
revenues by 2010 as it sealed a deal to purchase software specialist Armstrong
Armstrong has established itself as a key supplier of Access software. Access
said the ‘business fit’ with Armstrong was excellent and that no redundancies
were planned following the deal.
‘Our channel is an intrinsically important link with our customers. Armstrong
Consultants has been one of the fastest growing companies we deal with and there
are great synergies between the company and the Access Technology Group,’ Access
group MD Alistair O’Reilly.
Armstrong Consultants MD Chris Bayne said he was excited about working within
Access as it had the ‘same culture’ as the one developed within Armstrong
Access says it will continue to look for acquisitions following the Armstrong
purchase. In addition to its 2010 revenue target, the group wants to become a
£100m turnover business by 2017 and acquisitions are seen as a key part of
hitting that target.
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