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Fairdinkum Consulting Acquires Warren Systems Group

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Fairdinkum Consulting, an engineering-driven MSP and Microsoft partner, has acquired Warren Systems Group (WSG) for an undisclosed amount.

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Fairdinkum Consulting Acquires Warren Systems Group

Fairdinkum Consulting is based in New York City. The company has 27 employees listed on LinkedIn. Fairdinkum’s areas of expertise include Outsourced IT Support, Supplemental IT Support, Cloud Migrations and Computing, Disaster Recovery, Offsite Backup and Storage, Hosting, Regulatory Compliance, Network / Cyber Security, and Training and Awareness.

Warran Systems Group, founded in 1995, is also based in New York City. The company has seven employees listed on LinkedIn. WSG’s areas of expertise include Cybersecurity, Cloud, Desktop Support, System management, Business Continuity Planning, Technology-Driven Compliance Solutions, Workflow Consulting, Business & Technology Analysis, and Virtual CTO.

This is Fairdinkum’s first acquisition. IT services M&A firm Cogent Growth Partners advised the company on the deal.

Fairdinkum Acquires WSG: Employees To Stay On

Bruce Teichman, Executive Vice President and Partner, Cogent Growth Partners, commented:

“Fairdinkum Consulting and Warren Systems Group share a white glove approach to customer service and support, as well as an empowered culture that encourages employees to excel. In addition, the two companies are based in New York City, which is helping to streamline the integration process.”

Bruce Leibstone, founder and president, Warren Systems Group, said:

“When Cogent first introduced us to the Fairdinkum Consulting team, we were impressed by their commitment to their employees’ success. They empower their employees to take good care of their customers, and we believe in that approach as well. When evaluating a potential merger partner, it was important to everyone on the management team that our employees would find Fairdinkum Consulting a great place to work.”