Park Place Technologies Snaps Up CMG-Nicsa

Following the transaction closing, the American company will take control of Nicsa's offices in addition to launching an operations center in Uruguay and a test lab and warehouse in Mexico.

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US data center maintenance firm Park Place Technologies has acquired the Latin American operations of CMG-Nicsa, a provider of IT solutions, support infrastructures, and outsourcing services.

CMG-Nicsa runs call centers in Uruguay, Argentina, Mexico, and Brazil. Following the transaction closing, the American company will take control of these offices in addition to launching an operations center in Uruguay and a test lab and warehouse in Mexico.

Cleveland, Ohio-based Park Place is one of the global leaders in providing post-warranty alternative to storage, server and networking hardware maintenance for IT data centers. With more than 1,100 employees, it runs offices in several global cities, including San Diego, Denver, Boston, Toronto, London, Singapore, and Dubai.

CMG- Nicsa has Spanish and Portuguese-speaking engineers providing field service, stated Park Place, without disclosing how much money it paid for the purchase.

“With CMG-Nicsa, we are acquiring the premier provider of third party maintenance services in Latin America,” said Chris Adams, President and COO of Park Place Technologies.

“Through this acquisition, Park Place continues to expand our global market position as a third party maintenance brand leader.”

“We are excited to leverage Park Place’s sales model and AI-driven, remote monitoring service ParkView in this region and combine our capabilities and experience to further support and empower both our and Park Place’s local and global customers,” said Christian Gouveia, co-owner, CMG-Nicsa.

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Parkview that Gouveia refers to is a service that provides customers with remote monitoring of their data centers.

This is the fourth acquisition for Park Place this year following its purchase of Ireland-based Origina Technology Services, Singapore-based Axentel Technologies and Houston-based Solid Systems CAD Services (SSCS).

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