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[January 14, 2013]

Systems Maintenance Services Acquires Infinite Computer Group, LLC

CHARLOTTE, N.C. --(Business Wire)--

Systems Maintenance Services Inc. (SMS) today announced that it has acquired Chatsworth, CA (News - Alert).-based Infinite Computer Group, LLC (ICG). ICG is an independent provider of IT support and computer maintenance services for enterprise, higher education and municipal clients located in the greater Los Angeles area. The acquisition of ICG will expand SMS's West Coast client base and further strengthen its presence in the Southern California market. SMS will offer ICG clients an expanded suite of multi-vendor IT support and IT asset lifecycle services with national and globl delivery capabilities, supported by a world-class central engineering team and a dedicated field engineering staff.

"ICG has a long history of providing the highest level of customer service to its long-standing and loyal Los Angeles area clients," said Don Doctor, SMS's Chairman and CEO. "SMS shares ICG's client-first approach and is committed to offering industry-leading levels of responsiveness and support while demonstrating our capabilities to support additional IT equipment from more OEMs."

Founded in 1981, SMS is the largest independent provider of multi-vendor IT asset lifecycle services and support solutions. SMS supports over 3,100 clients via 90 field service centers across North America, Asia and Europe. SMS solutions include support for most IT brands including Cisco, IBM, HP, Dell, Oracle (News - Alert), EMC, Hitachi, NetApp, Lexmark and Xerox.

SMS is a portfolio company of Thomas H. Lee Partners and is actively looking for corporate development, OEM alliance and strategic partnership opportunities.


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