Bluecube Technology Solutions is delighted to announce it has acquired Hypercubic, the London-based IT support provider specialising in providing extensive on-site It support resource within half an hour from its offices in London, W1.
The deal means Bluecube now has a fully operational office and a strong footprint in the London market, whilst Hypercubic’s clients will benefit from a far more extensive technical delivery capability.
“This is a fantastic deal for Bluecube,” says James Hawker, Bluecube’s CEO. “The acquisition of Hypercubic as a going concern means our capabilities in London will be far greater. At the same time Hypercubic’s clients will be able to benefit from additional services – like cloud-based and hosted services – and the option of 24x7 support, all of which will enhance their IT infrastructure and operations, without breaking their budgets.”
For a transitional period, the Hypercubic name will remain. Thereafter, all operations will be absorbed under the Bluecube banner. But Hypercubic’s clients need not be concerned.
“We’re excited by what the future holds and the added value we can provide to our clients now that we have the Bluecube name behind us.” Andrew Cruise, Managing Director of Hypercubic
“The decision to enter into the deal with Bluecube was not taken lightly,” says Andrew Cruise of Hypercubic. “Since starting out in 2002 we have built up a successful, profitable business, with a loyal client-base, and we would not let anything undermine what we have achieved.
Bluecube is an ideal fit with Hypercubic as it shares our ethos, values and mission, which means we are confident in providing an assurance to our existing clients that there will be no break in continuity of service.”
Both Bluecube and Hypercubic have recognised pedigree as providers of high quality, affordable IT services in their individual markets. The fusion of the two businesses will cement their position at the leading edge of IT service provision.
“These are really exciting times for Bluecube and we continue to go from strength to strength,” says James. “We are very excited by the opportunities our acquisition of Hypercubic will afford our business and we are looking forward to continued growth and on-going success.”
Furher information on Hypercubic can be found at http://www.hypercubic.co.uk