Great CRN article on Konica Minolta Telecom foray

The following appears on CRN.com

By Michael Novinson – Konica Minolta Business Services has bought a 48-person managed service provider to better assist businesses with moving their voice services to the cloud.

The Ramsey, N.J.-based business unit said its purchase of Columbus, Ind.-based TLS.NET will unlock a wide range of phone services that can be tailored to the needs of specific customers. TLS.NET will become part of Konica Minolta’s highly acquisitive All Covered IT Services division — No. 113 on the 2017 CRN Solution Provider 500.

“The opportunities that lie before us in cloud, voice, and managed IT utilize the strengths of both companies and allow us to bring the benefits to our clients, employees and, of course, our local communities,” Phil Luzius, owner and chief operating officer of TLS.NET, said in a statement.


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