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Technology Services Group Ltd (TSG) has bought another company, this time Agenda Business Systems, a Pegasus accounting software specialist based in Barnsley.

The reseller group gains 150 small and medium-sized business customers, which it will seek to convert to its wider range of IT services.

TSG now has 100 employees in Yorkshire, based in Leeds, Sheffield and Barnsley. This month TSG secured a £25m facility from Lloyds TSB Corporate to fund acquisitions. The Newcastle-headquartered firm has bought more than a dozen small resellers, mostly based in Scotland and the north of England.

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