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Slappey Communications Acquires ON Technology in Taylor, Texas

We are so excited to announce the acquisition of the successful telecommunications company, ON Technology, in Taylor, Texas - making this the third acquisition Slappey has made over the past year. Acquiring ON Technology allows us to continue our growth further across the South than just our local market.

“We are so excited to add ON Technology to our Slappey family. The added knowledge and expertise from ON Technology along with their tools and services will enable us to enhance our customer experience and support across the Southeast,” said CEO of Slappey, Will Slappey.

Slappey is based in Birmingham, AL and has served the local market for the past 37 years. Now, alongside three new companies, and growing, we are able to provide more in-depth and experienced personnel, diverse tools and solutions, and better service and afterhours support to all customers. Slappey plans to continue to grow as the leading provider of technology and telecommunications to small-large businesses.

Customers will continue to be served by their local technology company, Slappey, RevTel, Presidium, On Technology, staff whom they know and trust.

Founded in 2005, ON Technology is a quality IT provider with a full scope of proactive Managed Services, going one step further than just fixing an issue, but also finding and fixing the cause and avoiding costly reoccurrences. ON Technology has the expertise to service any industry from healthcare to automotive, city government to food services, agriculture and industrial to real estate and recreation. In a nutshell, if there are IT needs, ON Technology has a solution to meet those needs. All services, management and operation are centralized in Taylor, Texas, a suburb of Austin.

Check out their website below to learn more about who they are.
http://www.on-technology.com/

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