Sirius Computer buys Advanced Systems Group to expand western presence

By Akshay Kedari  Date: 2020-06-02

Sirius Computer buys Advanced Systems Group to expand western presence

Sirius Computer Solutions, Inc. which is a prominent national IT solutions integrator, has recently announced it has bought Advanced Systems Group, based in Denver. The purchase had been closed on May 31 and will help Sirius majorly expand its footprint across the western region in the U.S.

This marks the eighth purchase of the company from the year 2014 that includes the digital solution services of Avnet, Force 3, Continuum Security Solutions, Forsythe, Brightlight Consulting, Varroe Force 3 and thinkASG.

Sirius had been founded in 1980 and tends to employ more than 2,600 of some of the most talented minds in the business as well as an expanding team of IT experts who hold over 5,500 professional as well as technical certifications. The company specializes in aiding several organizations in transforming their business by optimizing their IT while securing all of it.

ASG had been founded in 1981 that is mostly focused on IT storage solutions for several clients across the Rocky Mountains region. The merging of both the firms will be bringing in extra technical resources to a team of experts of Sirius and even provides ASG clients with an extended portfolio of various solution offerings to be able to meet the needs in every business line.

This includes the Security, Cloud, Managed Services, IT Strategy (Infrastructure as Operations), and Business Innovation ( Digital and Data).

Sirius’s CEO and President, Joe Mertens said that Sirius had been interested in ASG because of its major focus on client satisfaction as well as the dedication its team to help clients be confident decisions and keep them informed that shall be meeting the needs of all the business.

Mertens further said that the talent of the entire ASG team complements of Sirius. ASG has been known as a strong and even admired competitor across the western region and is looking forward to making an investment in the near future in the firm that will mainly add value for the clients and even partners.

 

Source Credit- https://www.siriuscom.com/2020/06/sirius-acquires-advanced-systems-group/

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