Charterhouse Voice & Data snares Lloyds Business Communications

August Equity-backed Charterhouse Voice & Data's geographic presence and Microsoft capabilities received a boost following its acquisition of Lloyds Business Communications, a unified comms and Microsoft partner based in St Helens, Lancashire. 

The financials of the deal were not disclosed.

Lloyds began its commercial life in 1997 and has 45 staff.

Mark Brooks-Wadham (pictured), Charterhouse CEO, stated: "Lloyds is a technical organisation with strong Microsoft capabilities. These skills will further bolster our team and enable us to provide the full Microsoft suite as part of our portfolio.

“With this latest acquisition, Charterhouse becomes an ever more significant provider of managed IT, security and business communication solutions throughout the UK.”

Lloyds CEO Ian Allmark noted: “We were keen to become part of an organisation that would allow us to offer our customers more choice, greater scale and a wider geographic reach, while also supporting Lloyds’ core expertise and capability.”

The deal comes hot on the heels of Charterhouse's purchase of NETconnection Systems in January, an MSP focused on LAN and SD-WAN managed services for the public sector.

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