A merger signals major expansion for iData, a North Wales IT Communications firm.
iData, one of the UK’s leading IT communications companies, has recently undergone major expansion at its headquarters on Deeside.
In a little over nine months since its relocation to a purpose-built, 3,000 square foot office, the organisation has continued to invest in its rapid growth programme by acquiring specialist IT company, Smart IT Limited.
This move strengthens iData’s strategy to provide The Complete Solution for its growing customer base and partner network.
Following this acquisition, iData will serve in excess of 1,000 business customers.
Smart IT’s expertise include IT services, Cloud solution services, deployment of Microsoft 365, and the provision of associated products such as hosting solutions, apps and IT support.
It was fundamental to both parties that jobs would remain secure, with roles integrating smoothly into the new working environment.
Director of Smart IT, Barry Weaver, and his team have moved into iData’s head office in Mold. He, together with iData’s managing director, James Wilson, and directors Chris Quayle and Nick Cheetham, will drive the ongoing strategy and growth initiative of this large organisation.
James Wilson said: “Barry has built a strong and dynamic business at Smart IT. We have admired him as a competitor for some time. This merger will strengthen our commercial status, capabilities and market share. Integrating Smart IT into iData will most definitely launch a major force in the UK.”
Customers will benefit greatly from this new investment, as they can enjoy increased expertise and specialist support from a single source.
Barry Weaver said: “This new relationship provides a fantastic opportunity for our customers to benefit from our additional expertise.
“We are proud to be part of an organisation that is as committed to growth as providing superb customer excellence. Our services and business ethic go hand in hand, which is why we are all excited about the future success of our organisation.”