Amerizon Wireless principal acquires Karaman Communications

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Amerizon Wireless, North and South Carolina’s largest provider of two-way wireless communications equipment and solutions, announced the acquisition of Karaman Communications, Inc. located in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

Since 1987, Karaman Communications, Inc. has served and installed a multitude of telephone system customers in the industrial and commercial sectors, hospitality, property management, warehousing, transportation, education, healthcare/hospitals, public safety and many other organizations in the Fayetteville area. Karaman Communications, Inc. also provides IT managed services as an area of specialization as well.

“We are excited to welcome the Karaman Communications team to the Amerizon family,” said Amerizon President and CEO Marty Cayton. “Their outstanding record of providing excellent telephone and IT services to both commercial and public organizations aligns well with our existing operations in the Fayetteville area. Karaman Communications customers can be assured that the same high level of customer service will continue and we will be looking for ways we can expand on the great customer service they have come to know from Karaman Communications over the years. We will also offer an expanded portfolio of IT offerings, wireless equipment and networking solutions.”

“We believe this transaction is highly beneficial for both our employees and customers,” said Karaman President and CEO Mike Karaman. “Amerizon Wireless is a company that understands the market and has a proven record serving customers. We’ve always believed that to be successful, you have to proactively collaborate within your accounts and offer creative solutions. We know Amerizon Wireless well, and are confident our blended teams will continue to add value by building on the business relationships already in place.”

Image courtesy of Amerizon Wireless

Source: Amerizon Wireless

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