Nasstar completes acquisition of KCOM’s IT services business

Nasstar has completed the acquisition of KCOM’s domestic IT services business under a contract that makes MSP “one of the UK’s largest independent providers of managed services.”

transaction First announced in June Following a “detailed strategic review” at KCOM, which has a network of over 700 partners and resellers.

According to the company, it can “significantly improve Nasstar’s size, proposals and presence” while “serving very large enterprise and public sector organizations across its broader product and service portfolio.” increase.

Wayne Churchill, CEO of Nasstar, said:

“We are looking forward to the future now and realize the value and opportunity that KCOM’s combination of talent, capabilities and customers represents when combined with Nasstar.”

With this acquisition, Microsoft and Amazon partners will become part of the NHS Health and Social Care Network (HSCN). In short, it is fully certified to provide and deploy HSCN network services to the UK-wide healthcare sector.

KCOM’s IT services business, which includes managed services, hosting, connectivity, voice and projects, generated £ 166.6 million in revenue over the year to March 2020. Wholesale and retail operations in Hull, eastern Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire will continue to be part of the existing business. jobs. Nasstar completes acquisition of KCOM’s IT services business

Back to top button