ASI Solutions buys Tablet PC


By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Wednesday, 16 February, 2022

ASI Solutions buys Tablet PC

Australian technology services provider and Microsoft Gold Partner ASI Solutions has acquired Tablet PC, a provider of Microsoft tablet and productivity training.

ASI Solutions plans to use the acquisition to help customers complete workplace modernisation initiatives by providing streamlined access to end-user adoption training and education.

ASI Solutions Managing Director Nathan Lowe said the company decided to acquire Tablet PC because the two companies are a close fit.

“The increase in remote working and the move to the modern workplace have required employees to become more confident with using advanced technology daily, including devices and software. Ensuring staff members are well equipped and set up to use this technology is crucial for an organisation’s productivity,” he said.

“There was a strong cultural fit between ASI Solutions and Tablet PC, with both organisations being family-run businesses with similar values and culture. That was an important part of the decision to acquire Tablet PC, because it means the teams will merge seamlessly. The integration will be completed quickly, with the team anticipating it will be complete by the end of April 2022.”

ASI Solutions plans to maintain Tablet PC’s current staff in their current roles, with co-founders Brett and Matthew Gilbertson joining the ASI management team.

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