Park Place Technologies acquires German TPM provider

German clients will benefit from expanded Professional and Managed Services.

Park Place Technologies has recently acquired Protec IT-Solutions, an IT services provider based in Limburg, Germany. Established in 2016, Protec IT-Solutions, supports some of the largest businesses in Germany, and has earned a strong reputation for providing comprehensive and customer-oriented TPM services to thousands of end-user clients.

The addition of Protec’s experienced technicians will benefit existing customers of Park Place and broaden its geographic reach throughout Germany. Protec IT-Solutions clients will now have access to Park Place’s full suite of data center services, including robust Professional and Managed Services offerings.

The demand for these offerings is growing globally, driven by economic conditions and skills gaps. Park Place's Professional Services offerings include: IMAC (installation, move, add, change), ITAD (IT asset disposition), remote hands and deployment services (cabling, Wi-Fi surveys, data center installs and network installations). Park Place’s Managed Services include automated monitoring, asset discovery, and event detection.

Park Place continues to focus on providing a portfolio of support offerings and exceptional customer service on a global scale, said Chris Adams, President and CEO of Park Place Technologies. “As more companies around the world enlist Professional Services and Managed Services to boost efficiency, Park Place will continue to focus on innovative offerings that meet client needs,” he said. “Protec IT-Solutions has a strong client base that will greatly benefit from portfolio services for their entire IT lifecycle, from procuring to decommissioning.”

“We have been utilizing Park Place Technologies as a partner to meet client requests for several years,” Protec IT-Solutions GmbH General Manager and owner Stephan Heinbücher said. “We know Park Place will continue to provide our clients with world-class service.”

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