The London operations of Arrow Business Communications have been ramped up with the acquisition of Farringdon-based telecoms reseller Reeves Lund and the opening of a new Waterloo office that Arrow says will be responsible for circa £15m revenues and 500 customers in London and the south east region.
Reeves Lund began its commercial life over 20 years ago and sells data connectivity products and services alongside on-premise maintenance for Avaya systems.
More recently the company expanded its portfolio with SIP trunks and Gamma Horizon hosted telephony solutions.
Former Directors Patrick Lund and Peter Harper-Hill will leave the business but the staff remain in their current roles.
The Waterloo office also houses Arrow's previous acquisition targets Pulse Business Energy and Worksmart Technologies under one roof.
Arrow, which is headquarters in Surrey, has five other regional offices in England and Scotland.
Arrow CEO Chris Russell said: "The new London office will become a driving force for the adoption of the Arrow culture across all of the acquired businesses and we look forward to welcoming our clients there.
"The acquisition of Reeves Lund, our first of 2018 and our fourth in the last 12 months, brings a strong track record of providing connectivity solutions to mid-sized customers.
"Reeves Lund has successfully nurtured long-standing relationships with a range of significant customers, in particular in the legal and financial services sectors."
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