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By | Team Register 19th September 2005 16:47

Logicalis buys TBC

Beefs up IBM business

Logicalis has bolstered its UK business with the acquisition of TBC, an IBM premier partner based in Croydon. Terms were undisclosed.

With TBC's annual revenues of c.£30m under its belt, Logicalis will have UK revenues of around £125m per annum. Logicalis, part of South African-owned Datatec Limited, has bought two other UK mid-range resellers in recent times - Hawke Systems and Notability. It is gunning for UK revenues of £150m within 18 months.

TBC Customer list; "synergies"; fighting talk aimed at Computacenter, SCC and Morse; all this and more in the Logicalis press release. ®

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