News : ConvergeOne Announces Strategic Acquisition of California-Based SIGMAnet
Eagan, MN, USA, Dec 11, 2015 -- ConvergeOne, a global provider of communications and data solutions, announced that it has acquired SIGMAnet, a Cisco Gold Certified Partner and IT consulting, solutions, and managed services provider in California. Effective immediately, SIGMAnet is now SIGMAnet, a ConvergeOne Company.
"This acquisition is an ideal addition to ConvergeOne and represents a natural progression in our ongoing strategy to develop and grow customer relationships by providing comprehensive solutions, services, and support," said John A. McKenna Jr., chairman and CEO, ConvergeOne. "We share SIGMAnet’s focus and commitment to deliver outcomes-based solutions for our customers. They have additional capabilities in the Cisco and EMC platforms, as well as cloud computing, security and the education vertical."
With the acquisition, SIGMAnet President and COO, Neil Wada, has been named vice president, Southwest Region for SIGMAnet, a ConvergeOne Company.
"I’ve never been more excited about this business," Wada said. "This acquisition enhances our customer-centric values and principles. And, as part of a much larger company, we are able to offer greater value to our customers through a nationwide market presence, a strategically growing portfolio of capabilities, and a shared vision for IT-focused business solutions."
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ConvergeOne is one of the leading business communications specialists. With skills in Cisco based infrastructure, including security and wireless, collaboration, datacentre, virtualisation and storage technology. ConvergeOne works with its clients to deliver real business benefits that result in improved communications and efficiencies business wide.
Founded in 1986, SIGMAnet is at the forefront of providing technology consulting, solutions and services to organizations across Southern California.
Published: Monday, December 14, 2015