ALSO Group expands in Spain with VAD buy

The distributor looks to grow its cloud business with the acquisition

Kelsey Rees
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ALSO Group expands in Spain with VAD buy

European distribution giant ALSO Group has snapped up Spanish value added distributor IREO Soluciones y Servicios for an undisclosed sum. Founded in 2002, IREO bills itself as one of Spain's leading VADs, specialising in security, networking, systems management and IT service management solutions. IREO has its central headquarters in Madrid, with a technical and sales presence in Barcelona. IREO Portugal is based in Lisbon, and IREO Africa is based in Praia, Cabo Verde. "We are consistently...

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