A COMPUTER support services firm has changed hands for an undisclosed sum.
Holmfirth-based Ulysses IT has been bought by Manchester-based Network Integrity Services, one of the UK’s leading computer services providers.
Martin Spencer, a director at NIS, said: “As soon as Ulysses IT went up for sale, we knew we had to buy it. The company has a fantastic reputation within the industry and is a company of which Huddersfield should be proud.”
He said the business would trade as a subsidiary of NIS with the same name and no changes to its nine-strong staff.
Malcolm Pow, founder of Ulysses IT, who will remain with the business, said: “Our customers are very passionate about Ulysses IT. I’m looking forward to delivering the same high levels of service as part of a larger company.”
Ulysses IT was formed in 1998 to offer outsourced IT on a pay as you use basis. Since then it has grown into a national company.