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By | Team Register 10th November 2005 14:21

TSG brings Pegasus specialist under its wing

Strengthens midlands operation

The ever-acquisitive Technology Services Group has closed a takeover deal with Birmingham-based Open Systems Services.

Pegasus software specialist OSS is the 17th company SME reseller TSG has hoovered up since its buying spree began in October 2003. TSG funded the buy with the £25m corporate facility with Lloyds TSB Corporate it agreed earlier this year.

The deal adds ten staff to TSG’s 460 strong UK workforce. Don Islip and Colin Corbett, who started OSS in 1991, will stick around as the company is integrated with TSG’s midlands organization, headed by Alan Mann.®

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