Telesis is pleased to announce the acquisition of Radcliffe-based Digital Telecom Airtime. The acquisition has increased Telesis’ turnover to more than £9million
Christian Bleakley, Managing Director of Telesis Ltd said: “Digital Telecom Airtime is an excellent addition to the Telesis group and forms a key part of our future growth plans. The business is perfectly located and has a great team that use advanced technology that will complement our existing services and have real synergies with Telesis. We will retain the Digital Telecom Airtime brand and their staff working at the Radcliffe site who will now also become part of the Telesis group. We are really looking forward to working with the team at Digital Telecom Airtime and their customers.”
“Once again the Royal Bank of Scotland has demonstrated their support and continued confidence in Telesis by funding this latest acquisition. John Copping has been very supportive.”
“I am hoping to complete two further acquisitions this year and increase revenues even further to achieve £10million turnover.”
Digital Telecom Airtime was formed in 2005 as a business telecommunications provider. It specialises in all aspects of Telecoms including Cloud telephony, calls, lines, telephone systems, broadband, NGNs and SMS Services.
Christine Thorpe, Former Managing Director of Digital Telecom Airtime added: “I am delighted with the acquisition by Telesis and their commitment to ensure the continuity of staff relationships and further advanced support for our clients.
“I am also pleased to confirm that I will continue to be involved in the group to ensure a smooth transition for both staff and customers.”
John Copping Regional Head of the North and Scotland at the Royal Bank of Scotland Corporate Transactions team said: “Telesis has a very strong strategy in place to develop the business and I am delighted to assist them with their continued growth with the acquisition of Digital Telecom Airtime. Telesis is well on track to meet their growth target of achieving £10million turnover and already looking for future acquisition targets this year.”