Vodafone Platinum Partner Quore has acquired Dorset-based telecoms dealer Intouch Cellular Solutions as part of an acquisition spree aimed at making the company a major UK telecoms provider.
The move is part of parent company Quore Group’s aggressive buy and build strategy. The deal brings the Sutton-based telephony specialist around 3,500 b2b and corporate mobile connections and approximately 400 customers.
MD Ronnie Nag confirmed Quore Group bought Intouch but declined to give details of the acquisition. Speaking ahead of the deal being signed, a spokeswoman at Intouch Cellular stressed it would be ‘business as usual’ at the company. She added there were no plans for redundancies or office closures.
In a statement, the company said the deal would allow Quore 'to expand our reach and form the new Quore Bournemouth branch'.
On its website, Quore said it was on an acquisition spree as it wanted ‘to be one of the largest telecoms partners in the UK’. It said it was targeting mobile telecoms dealers, which it said it could incorporate it and its clients into Quore within eight weeks.
The Quore Group was set up in 2010 by founder Ronnie Nag and includes Sutton-based Future Telecoms Services and accessories brand QL. It has also been building its smartphone and tablet accessories business. Late last year, it set up its own accessories brand called QL.
In May, Quore was promoted from Gold to Platinum Partner status by Vodafone, after beating its Gold Partner sales targets.
Editor: Carol Millett