Epicon says the acquisition significantly boost the IT service management (ITSM) and capabilities of the two companies, while also extending the Epicon organisational footprint into the Queensland and Northern Territory regions.
Matt Campbell, CEO of Service Potential said, “It was clear from early discussions with Epicon that we share the same vision of investing in our people and improving the outcomes for our customers”.
“We are now able to leverage Epicon’s deep systems integration capabilities and combine them with Service Potential’s ServiceNow platform expertise. This is a win-win for both Epicon and Service Potential, strengthening Epicon’s position as a partner of choice for the Federal Government and industry.”
Epicon says it has embarked on an aggressive growth strategy this year with appointments of Wayne Gowland as CEO and MSC Mobility co-founder Leuk Andersen as GM of NSW.
“Matt and his team at Service Potential have built an impressive business with a genuine care for their customers and team,” said Gowland.
“There is a strong cultural fit for both organisations and this presents enormous opportunities for our respective customers and teams.”