Communications integration company, NSC Group, has acquired Perth-based company, PABX Service Group (PSG), for an undisclosed sum.
PSG was established 10 years ago and specialises in providing IP telephony and data networking. Its customer database spans across healthcare, government, manufacturing, hospitality and mining.
The PSG brand will come under NSC Group and the combined entity will sell, design, deliver and support unified communications, contact centre solutions and network infrastructure.
NSC Group managing director, Craig Neil, said it wanted to expand its size in Western Australia and PSG had a very strong reputation in the market.
“It gives us more strength in the Western Australia market,” Neil said.
PSG has about five staff, which has almost been integrated into the NSC fold, with PSG director, Nick Iellamo, staying on-board in a sales capacity.
“It’s a perfect size for us and more than doubles what we were, making us a larger player in WA. It comes with a number of customer accounts, and that adds to our annuity growth as well,” he said.
As of the next financial year, Neil expects PSG to add an extra five per cent growth.
Neil didn’t rule out further acquisitions down the track as the company highlights its opportunity for growth in the market this year.
“We’ve surfed out of the global financial crisis in good shape and we’re looking forward to this year, being our year,” he said. “There’s a lot of activity at the moment that indicates the Australian economy is in good shape.”
NSC has offices in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and Wellington and has more than 200 employees on its books with turnover in excess of $60 million.