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VoIP Provider Acquisition: ITVantix Buys WAHL

ITVantix has acquired fellow Georgia-based company WAHL Telecommunications Systems. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

ITVantix is an IT, voice, and security services provider while WAHL provides low voltage cabling and telephone systems to clients in its hometown of Conyers, Georgia and surrounding areas.

The acquisition combines WAHL’s expertise and traditional customer service style with ITVantix’s comprehensive managed services portfolio in support of strategic and operational growth, the company said.

WAHL provided traditional business phone systems when it launched in 1982. The company has evolved with the times, offering modern Voice-over-IP (VoIP) solutions.

ITVantix says it will leverage WAHL’s extensive portfolio of experience and resources to boost technology support for customers throughout the metro Atlanta and north Georgia markets.

ITVantix CEO Jerry Bryan (left)
ITVantix CEO Jerry Bryan (left)

Jerry Bryan, Co-Founder and CEO of ITVantix, commented:

“We’re happy to welcome Wahl into the ITVantix family, and we’re looking forward to combining efforts to further our One-Stop-Shop for technology experience. This acquisition brings tremendous value to ITVantix and WAHL’s long-standing customer relationships. ITVantix is a growing Technology Services Provider (TSP) with increasing reach in the Georgia markets and we look forward to working with the WAHL team to further our reach in low-voltage cabling fiber infrastructure industries, as well as, provide new and innovative Voice-over-IP (VoIP) solutions to our respective customers.”

ITVantix’s leadership team will take over management responsibilities for WAHL and Bryan will continue as CEO, the company said. ITVantix Co-Founder and CFO, Shane Sanders, will also serve as Interim Operations Manager for WAHL. Bill Wahl, Owner of Wahl Telecommunication Systems, will retire the company announced.

ITVantix has a history of buying up other Georgia businesses. The company last acquired IT service provider ExecuSoft Controls in March of 2018.