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Spectrio buying Georgia company

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OLDSMAR — Spectrio has acquired Vericom Corp., a Roswell, Ga.-based 25-year-old health care communications company. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Spectrio plans to incorporate Vericom's SoundCare on-hold messaging and ChannelCare digital signage into Spectrio's current communications products.

Spectrio says it sees increasing its health care penetration as a key component to its overall growth strategy.

“Vericom is our 16[th] acquisition since 2002 and the second in the digital signage market,” Aaron Kleinhandler, CEO says in a press release. “With Vericom's unique focus in health care, we will continue to see elevated growth as we incorporate their product offerings into our own.”

Spectrio, based in Oldsmar, is one of the top five providers in the telephone on-hold messaging industry with annual revenues of more than $20 million.


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