Slappey Communications acquires RevTel and Presidium Networks:


Slappey Communications acquires RevTel and Presidium Networks:

Slappey Communications is pleased to announce the acquisition of two successful telecommunication companies, Presidium Networks in Lakeland Florida, and VOLstate/RevTel in Dayton Tennessee. Acquiring these two companies allows Slappey to expand further than just local businesses, but to the entire Southeast.

Slappey was founded in 1983 by Bill Slappey and is now run by his son Will Slappey and Slappey continues to grow as the leading provider of technology and telecommunications to businesses. The acquisition of these two companies happened within the last six months, and Slappey’s vision to be the best hosted PBX and Managed IT has been enhanced.

 “We are very excited for the future of RevTel. Our customers will be well served by the combined company as Slappey brings added resources and personnel, which will help us continue to serve our growing customer base. Slappey adds approximately 50 new employees to augment RevTel’s local staff.  Like RevTel, Slappey has many years of experience serving the technology and telecommunications needs of small businesses,” said David Snyder, CEO of RevTel.

Slappey has the personnel and financial resources to move RevTel and Presidium to the next level. From this acquisition, Slappey will offer these two companies new services, expansion of their reach and construction of a fast-growing organization. Customers will continue to be served by their local technology company, Slappey, RevTel, or Presidium, staff whom they know and trust. 

 “We wanted to find a partner that can continue the service tradition that we have built over the last 24 years at RevTel.  Slappey has been doing similar work in Birmingham, AL since 1983, so the match is great.  The people at Slappey are super to work with and we look forward to helping grow the company.”

RevTel has a Dayton office at 278 1st Ave.

Presidium has a Lakeland office at 624 Mid-Florida Dr.

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