Birmingham cybersecurity and data company NXTsoft announced today it has acquired Atlanta-based Digitel Corp.
A communication and networking provider for Southeastern small to mid-sized businesses, Digitel has about 600 clients and brings in about $6 million in annual revenue. It was founded in 1983.
The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Last December, NXTsoft acquired Memphis-based Echo Partners.
Digitel founder Bryan C.W. Tate will transition into retirement, the company said, and Jason Asbury, current president of NXTsoft’s ThreatAdvice business unit, will head Digitel. NXTsoft said it plans to retain all current employees and begin cross-selling ThreatAdvice Security Services.
NXTsoft CEO David Brasfield said Digitel has a "longstanding reputation of being an excellent IT solutions provider.”
“They have a loyal customer base because they deliver quality solutions and excellent services and these are the kind of employees, customers and relationships that we value at NXTsoft,” Brasfield said.