Konica Minolta’s All Covered Acquires IT-Services Provider KnowledgeCentrix

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knowledgecentrixIT services company All Covered, a division of Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., has acquired KnowledgeCentrix for an undisclosed sum. KnowledgeCentrix is a full-service IT services- consulting company serving businesses in Southern California. With the addition of KnowledgeCentrix, All Covered says it now has a strong foothold in Los Angeles.

Servicing Southern California with offices in Los Angeles, Irvine, and San Diego, KnowledgeCentrix has been providing IT services and technology consulting to businesses of all sizes. It says it excels in seven core solution practices including virtualization, unified communications, information worker, business continuity disaster recovery, infrastructure optimization, application delivery, and managed services. Its team of IT and business experts implement and support customer technology initiatives, and also make strategic recommendations on how to optimize and maximize current infrastructure investments.

“We are excited to begin 2014 with the addition of KnowledgeCentrix, a company that shares our passion for delivering best-in-class IT Services,” commented Todd Croteau, president of All Covered. “Their deep expertise helping customers implement cloud technologies aligns with our cloud services offerings and allows us to meet the growing demand from customers for cloud-based document storage and sharing.”

“From our initial discussions to present, I am confident that All Covered and Konica Minolta share a common value system with KnowledgeCentrix,” says Chris Andreozzi, president of KnowledgeCentrix. “Both companies believe that taking care of employees and customers is a top priority. As a result of the acquisition, we will now be able to offer our customers a broader selection of technology services to enable their continued business success. Equally important, KnowledgeCentrix employees will benefit long term from increased opportunities with All Covered and Konica Minolta.”

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