FluidOne snaps up MSP Highlander Computing Solutions

FluidOne has today announced the acquisition of Sheffield-based MSP Highlander Computing Solutions.

Cloud and Total Network says the purchase will see revenue grow by 35 percent.

Highlander Computing Solutions focuses on corporate IT infrastructure, managed SME IT services, cloud IT services and cyber security services.

FluidOne said the company will represent nearly 50 percent of the group’s portfolio.

Highlander Computing Solutions MD Steve Brown, said: “When FluidOne approached us, we weren’t selling. In fact, other companies had approached us many times in the past, but we had never found anything. suitable for our future..

Also Read :  Mobile Justice Team In Ukraine To Assist With Cases Of Conflict Related Sexual Violence

“However, when we had a conversation with FluidOne, everything fell into place. FluidOne offers a great culture, excellent customer service and investment opportunities in Sheffield as a growing HQ for SME IT and for the company’s IT infrastructure.

“I am delighted to bring our expertise to a wider range of customers across the UK and to enhance what we can offer our existing customers with the FluidOne Connected Cloud service.”

FluidOne – promoting the services used in the SME space

CEO Russell Horton said the addition of Highlander will help the company grow to focus on the SME market.

Also Read :  Twitter suspends several journalists, Musk cites 'doxxing' of his jet

“Bringing Highlander into the team is exciting for us as their services complement those in our existing portfolio, strengthen our integrated Cloud solutions, and enable our bringing powerful IT services to small and large enterprises.”

He added: “As I got to know Steve and his team, I realized their strengths in our strategy, our loyal and talented staff, our excellent customer service, and our portfolio. which fills the gap in our IT offering. We have worked together on integration and strategic planning to position Highlander as the best place within the FluidOne group leading a branch network of SME IT services in addition to their strengths in corporate IT infrastructure.

Also Read :  "How Staqu is mitigating adverse disasters and providing data analysis to the surveillance systems?"

FluidOne control system

After the acquisition is completed, Steve Brown will remain as CEO, and Highlander’s long-time CEO, Rich Field, remains with the business as an advisor to the board of directors.

FluidOne’s CEO, Russell Horton, will become Highlander’s chairman, with FluidOne’s directors Brendan Lynch, Chris Rogers and Roy Hastings also joining Highlander as legal directors.”


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Related Articles

Back to top button