CloudScale365 Announces Acquisition of Moore Communications Systems

CloudScale365 | June 10, 2020

  • CloudScale365, Inc, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Moore Communications Systems of Southampton, NJ.

  • The company has hundreds of legacy customers across the state for cabling, SDWAN, UCaaS, and Avaya support services.

  • MCSTel customers will be added to the CloudScale365 group practice where we service customers from Boston to Washington, DC with on-site services, and the portfolio of managed services.

CloudScale365, Inc, a leading nationwide managed services provider is pleased to announce the acquisition of Moore Communications Systems of Southampton, NJ. Moore Communications Systems ("MCS") has dominated the New Jersey and Philadelphia telecommunications marketplace for the last 20 years. The company has hundreds of legacy customers across the state for cabling, SDWAN, UCaaS, and Avaya support services. Tim Moore, CEO of MCS stated, "We are very excited to now be able to offer the entire portfolio of Cloud & Managed Services to our extensive base of business with the CloudScale365 Platform. We had many potential acquirers, however CloudScale365 was the best fit for their quality of service for our customers." 

We are very pleased to acquire MCS and its employees. We have been trying to acquire a managed services provider in NJ/Philadelphia metro area for the last 18 months, and we liked the profile of their customer base and their needs to move to a VDI environment during this COVID pandemic.

- Jose Maldonado, Vice President of Operations for CloudScale365

CloudScale365 expects to migrate their customers across the footprint into either Virtual Desktop or Managed Desktop solutions with the two platforms and deliver the excellence in IT that CloudScale365 is known around the globe for. We are also excited to be adding the employee's from MCS to the CloudScale365 family.

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CloudScale365 is a worldwide provider of Hosting, Network, and Desktop support to 5,000 corporations, non-profits, and government agencies in 21 countries. MCSTel customers will be added to the CloudScale365 group practice where we service customers from Boston to Washington, DC with on-site services, and the portfolio of managed services.

About CloudScale365:

CloudScale365, Inc is an IT Services company providing cloud based SaaS and hosted cloud services to enterprises globally.  With a USA-based support team, CloudScale365 delivers quality, cost-effective technology support focused on customer success. The company is committed to provide best-of-breed SaaS applications, managed Cloud services, and devise and infrastructure management to give clients a competitive advantage and reduce the costs associated with the planning, implementation and support of necessary cloud applications.

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