Systal Technology Solutions has sold a minority stake to Inflexion
The owners of Systal Technology Solutions Ltd. have sold a minority stake to Inflexion Private Equity Partners LLP, a move that will help the managed network services provider continue to accelerate its international growth.
Systal was founded in 2008 and is based in Glasgow, Scotland, with a presence in the USA and Asia. It offers a high-quality, mission-critical managed network service from its 24/7 network operations center, to service blue-chip multinational clients’ IT networks globally. It currently operates across the North American, EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions, supporting over 1,300 locations.
Inflexion is one of the UK’s leading independent mid-market private equity houses, investing in high growth, entrepreneurial businesses with ambitious management teams.
Oaklins Cavendish, based in the UK, advised Systal on the sale of a minority stake.
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