Complete Telecom makes native buy

Complete Telecom, a telecom services provider based in Dublin, has acquired Intellicom, for an undisclosed amount, as it looks to build its cloud services.

On the back of the deal, Complete Telecom is to maintain and grow the existing Intellicom office located in Birr, Ireland, and turn it into a regional support office.

Intellicom provides software development for business telephony and communications services.

Kevin Murphy, managing director at Complete Telecom, says the purchase of Intellicom opens a ‘new chapter’ in the business’s history.

He says: ‘Adding “in house” voice systems and development capability brings our telecommunications offering to a whole new level and in doing so, reinforces our commitment to delivering communications services, which increase staff productivity and reduce costs.’

Founded in 2004 by a group of telephony specialists, Intellicom’s services centre around improving employee availability, responsiveness and productivity through its technology.

In the past 12 months Complete Telecom has secured contracts worth €12 million (£10.6 million) as it looks to expand its presence in the UK and Europe.

Looking at further acquisitions for the Dublin-based business, Murphy says Complete Telecom is always looking at ways to add to its customer or service portfolio.

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