East End Group to merge with Decisions
East End Group and Decisions Ltd today announced a merger between their organisations.
Decisions is a respected local information communications technology company.
EEG is the proprietor of East End Telecom, a public safety and wireless communication provider in Bermuda and the owner of the new wireless internet service provider, Bluewave.
EEG president Nick Faries said: “The East End Group is pleased to merge with Decisions, Bermuda’s award-winning IT service provider. This partnership allows EEG to leverage synergies between the companies, especially for our high-speed internet service Bluewave.
“In addition to their skilled team of technician, installers, and engineers; Zach and Chris bring a wealth of business experience and knowledge to EEG. I look forward to working with them to grow both our organisations.”
Decisions Ltd offers structured cabling, telecommunications, security, audiovisual, teleconferencing, network design, implementation, and management, WiFi design, implementation and management, and point-of-sale services.
The merger between the two companies will see Decisions chief executive officer Zach Sagurs become EEG’s new chief sales officer.
Mr Sagurs said: “Decisions and EEG share a similar ethos and we both make a concerted effort to hire and develop Bermudians.
“Both companies are 100 per cent Bermudian owned and operated, and are staffed with 99 per cent Bermudians, many who have been with us for many years.”
“This strategic partnership provides both of our organisations with the opportunity to build on each company’s strengths to enhance their reputation for innovation and world-class customer service,” Mr Sagurs added.
Decisions co-owner and chief operating officer Chris McLeod will assume the role of chief information officer for the EEG and will become the managing director of both EET and Decisions.
Mr McLeod said: “The merger is an exciting opportunity for our combined clients. There are great synergies between the two organisations’ teams and services, and the Bermuda market is going to greatly benefit from our combined offerings and products.
“We anticipate a seamless integration and particularly for the growth and expansion of Bluewave.
“I look forward to leveraging that state of the art technology to develop new products and services for Bermuda.”
The EEG added there will be no redundancies in either company because of the merger.
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