After providing more than three decades of industry leading service, Ocean State Computers, Ltd. (OSC) has announced it will merge with Westminster Information Technology (WIT), an innovative IT solutions team based in Providence, RI. The merger of the two information technology firms will combine the expertise and commitment to service for which both companies are known, providing their customers and clients with an even richer, more sophisticated experience moving forward. The merger will take effect on January 1, 2018.
“As we carefully considered the future of Ocean State Computers and developed a plan for our next steps, our customers’ needs were always our top priority,” said Robert Gregory, CEO. “We are excited that this merger will allow us to continue to offer the innovative services and solutions and the high level of expertise and experience that our customers have come to depend on.”
“The combination of our two companies creates an exciting opportunity for our team and our clientele,” says James Haggerty, Principal of Westminster IT. “We will be able to provide many new services and expand our areas of expertise.”
About Ocean State Computers Ocean State Computers, Ltd. (OSC) was founded in 1987 by Robert (Bob) Gregory and is widely recognized as a technology leader providing custom-designed, high-performance and mission critical network servers. After more than 30 years, OSC has gained a reputation for providing the highest level of support and unequalled customer service from a friendly, dedicated and knowledgeable staff. About Westminster Information Technology Westminster Information Technology specializes in a wide range of services, including tailored IT services and solutions for small and medium businesses and their owners. We are committed to providing each one of our clients with high quality service and support. Our unique IT team is incredibly friendly and can help you every step of the way in growing your business. We expertly combine our services to provide you with customized help and support so you only get what you need and what you want.