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Tech company acquires firm

April 25, 2017
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Service Express employees listen to the executive leadership team present during an internal business plan update at the IT company. Photo via fb.com

A local technology company has acquired an out-of-state firm.

Service Express, Inc., or SEI, said today it acquired Farmingdale, New York-based Delta Computer Group.

Both firms offer third-party maintenance for data center infrastructure.

SEI services server, storage and networking equipment and expects to use Delta Computer Group’s reputation and capabilities to expand its presence.

SEI, founded in 1986, works with more than 3,500 clients through 36 offices in 17 states.

Delta Computer Group, founded in 1990, works with 800 customers, including Fortune 500 companies.

“Delta has a strong reputation for offering high-quality service and a commitment to its customers that is consistent with Service Express,” said Ron Alversteffer, president and CEO, Service Express, Inc. “We are excited to partner with Delta and its many great employees to build upon their history of success and to drive continued growth.”

Also providing hardware system solutions, sales, upgrades, OS support and data center relocations, SEI has experience with IBM, HP, Sun, Dell and Proliant servers, as well as STK, NetApp and Hitachi storage equipment and Cisco networking utilities.

Delta Computer Group Founder and CEO John Kamen said the firm is “excited” about the opportunity to “build upon” Detla’s service and support and “confident the combination will create a tremendous amount of value to our customers.”

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