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Exepos says "phwooah" to £3.3m deal

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Lynx Group plc -- the Oxford-based mini computer conglomerate -- has bought Exepos Ltd in a deal worth £3.3 million. Exepos' primary focus is the development of its CTI(computer and telephony integration) business where it already markets a number of products including Easydialer, Easyspeak and Telephony Toolbox from its High Wycombe offices. Last year Exepos recorded pre-tax profits of £265,000 based on sales of a little under £1 million. The deal coincides with news that Lynx has appointed Robert Arrowsmith - formerly chief operating officer at DCS Group plc - as divisional managing director of Lynx Communications Systems Division. ®

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