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August 24, 2008

Ensynch to acquire eBI Solutions

Ensynch, a provider of IT consulting and staffing services, has announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire eBI Solutions, a professional consulting firm.

By CBR Staff Writer

The transaction, along with the recent sale of its managed hosting datacenter business unit, will enable Ensynch to focus and expand its core IT consulting business, aligning all solutions to the infrastructure optimization methodology, a model adopted and supported by Microsoft.

The sale of the data center business unit will enable Ensynch to acquire other IT services organizations, enhance and grow its core competencies, expand geographically, and leverage centralized resources to efficiently serve customers.

With the addition of eBI Solutions, Ensynch adds the capabilities to support customers Application Platform and provide Business Process Automation and Integration.

Ensynch plans to integrate its current Southern California beachhead in Orange County with eBI Solutions and the combined organization will serve all of Southern California and the Southwest region. The combined companies will continue to serve commercial and public sector organizations ranging from mid-sized to global organizations.

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