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Technology Services Group has bought Edinburgh Microsystems Centre (EMC), a specialist Sage reseller with 150 customers, for an undisclosed sum.

It takes on former MD Martin Booth and the six-strong team who will transfer to the firm’s Edinburgh office. And it says that the acquisition will give it a leading edge in Sage software throughout the east of Scotland.

The acquisitive reseller, set up by Sage co-founder Graham Wylie in 2003, notes that EMC is its second acquisition in the three weeks since landing £25m funding through Lloyds TSB corporate. ®

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