S Central acquires Queensland-based Clariti

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S Central acquires Queensland-based Clariti

Australian services company S Central has made its seventh acquisition in less than twelve months after acquiring Brisbane-based Clariti to expand its security offering and presence in Queensland.

The acquisition of Clariti caps an aggressive 12 months for S Central, which has also snapped-up NSW-based businesses Rich Computing alongside storage and virtualisation provider AGM IT.

With the deal expected to be signed and sealed in six weeks, S Central shows no sign of stopping its acquisition drive.

Peter Mavridis, managing director of S Central, said: “Clariti will boost our experience in security, infrastructure services and data management. Clariti will operate under the S Central brand from early next year, with Clariti executives Bruce McCurdy and Matt Chilcott to take senior roles at S Central. We have now established a strong presence in the Victorian and NSW market and are keen to push further into Queensland.”

Mavridis added the acquisition brings staff numbers at S Central to more than 200 people, doubling its 2006 figure.

Bruce McCurdy, managing director of Clariti, said: “Clariti has an established base of around 400 corporate and government customers in a diverse range of industries. Its key focus is government departments at both the state and local level. Other key vertical markets include finance and banking, telecommunications and manufacturing.”

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