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Software group buys new company

Blue Rock Systems Ltd, the supplier of software solutions to builders merchants, has bought the Nottingham based IT software company Sense Computers Systems from the Sense Group for £670,000.

Software group buys new company

Southampton-based Blue Rock sees the addition of Sense as a logical expansion that increases its geographic spread and gives it access to experienced staff, a wide customer base and new software.

Blue Rock managing director George Troullis, said: “This is an excellent opportunity for Blue Rock to expand into the Midlands with an existing, happy client base with a first class team of engineers and support staff.

“Having a base in the Midlands is a key requirement of our expansion road map. This is a big expansion for Blue Rock and we will now concentrate all our efforts to ensure a seamless transfer. In addition Blue Rock will establish a new business sales team in Nottingham which will increase our turnover to approximately £4m within 12 months.”

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Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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