Australian-based IT infrastructure services company S Central has acquired Rich Computing, which services Sanitarium Health Foods across New Zealand and Australia.
The deal is the company's sixth acquisition in less than a year including the purchase of IT vendor Express Apps and storage provider AGM IT.
S Central managing director Peter Mavridis says it targeted the Newcastle-based company to expand its security, storage and data management offerings across New South Wales.
"Rich Computing will add significant experience in security, storage and data management, and virtualisation technologies, '' Mavridis says.
Rich Computing managing director Steve Rich says the company has several large clients in the financial sector and food industry.
"The company ... has a long-standing relationship with Sanitarium Health Foods across its branch offices and distribution centres in Australia and New Zealand."
Rich Computing will continue to operate under its trading name, while the company's back-end systems will be merged into those of S Central.