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BTLG Attorneys Assist in Acquisition Creating $40M+ Business Combination

BTLG attorneys Angela Currie and Kristen Lohmeyer assisted long-time client Optivor Technologies LLC in its acquisition of ACS (Advanced Communications Solutions Inc.), a NEC Triple Diamond Partner.   Stuart Chandler, Optivor's President and Chief Executive Officer stated, "We are impressed with the ACS team and their commitment to their customers. The combined offerings of ACS and Optivor provide the most significant Unified Communications (UC) and support resources in the southeastern United States.” 

Optivor Technologies, LLC (Optivor) was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Annapolis Junction, Maryland. Optivor, a Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) and an ISO 9001:2015 certified company is focused on the design, deployment and ongoing support of enterprise telecommunications. Optivor is a global leader in enterprise communications solutions, IT Services, and a provider of technology products and solutions, representing more than 2,700 manufacturers, including Avaya, NEC, Cisco, Oracle, Brocade, Computnetix, T-Metrics, Callware, HP, Speakerbus, and more.

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