Konica Minolta Acquires Altuscio Networks of Atlanta, GA Growing with the Strength of a Leading Healthcare IT Services Provide

RAMSEY, NJ – September 21, 2016.  Konica Minolta Business Solutions USA, Inc., a leader in information management focused on enterprise content, technology optimization and cloud services, today announced the acquisition of Altuscio Networks. Altuscio will operate as a subsidiary company under its own name and current management team.

Founded in 2001 in Atlanta, GA, Altuscio is one of the leading IT Services companies in the South region. The company has expertise in cloud, IT security and the management of IT systems. The Altuscio team also has a specialization in supporting healthcare organizations, with a range of compliance and HIPAA consulting services.

“We are very pleased to have the Altuscio team of almost 50 employees and its customers join the Konica Minolta family,” said Todd Croteau, President of All Covered, the IT Services division of Konica Minolta. “Since their founding, they’ve provided outstanding customer service and have built a very strong reputation. Their rapid expansion over the last few years is a sign of how well their services have been accepted by the market.”

Ben Silliman, CEO and founder of Altuscio, shared his enthusiasm, “I am delighted for our employees and customers that we are joining Konica Minolta. We share a common culture that places high value on customer satisfaction and service excellence. I’m looking forward to sharing with our customers the extensive range of additional services they will now have access to.”

Through its All Covered IT Services division, Konica Minolta offers a wide range of strategic IT Services and with the Altuscio acquisition, the combined IT Services group will now total more than 1,000 employees across North America.

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