A Shawnee company announced its acquisition of a Los Angeles-area firm this month.
SKC Communication Products LLC, which designs, builds and manages technology for business collaboration using video, voice and AV solutions, acquired GBH Communications, a provider of unified communication and collaboration solutions. The deal was effective June 4.
“Both SKC and GBH make it their top priority to exceed customer expectations and deliver best-in-class technology. This acquisition brings opportunities for business growth and enhancement, and we are excited about our new colleagues and clients,” SKC CEO Tray Vedock said.
GBH specializes in video conferencing, audio conferencing, unified communications, headsets and collaboration solutions. GBH holds some of the highest certifications with the industry’s top partners such as Plantronics, Jabra, Polycom, Logitech and Sennheiser.
The GBH acquisition comes on the heels of another deal in 2017, when SKC purchased TSG. Both deals allow SKC to expand its footprint nationwide.
Following the most recent acquisition, SKC has more than 310 employees nationwide serving its enterprise and education clients. It has offices in Charlotte, N.C.; Dallas; Milwaukee, Wis.; Omaha, Neb.; Oklahoma City; and Chicago.