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Connexion2 acquired by Kings III

by Brian Sims

Lone worker system supplier Connexion2 has been acquired by the US-based emergency communications company, Kings III, in a strategic move to strengthen core business offerings and to develop sales strategies in new target geographies. Both businesses supply solutions to a range of market sectors and share a customer-centric ethos. The acquisition will allow the business to increase the scale of its lone worker solution whilst ensuring that customers continue to receive the right level of customer support. Connexion2 was launched in 2003, and manufacture the Identicom lone worker device. The manufacturer claims there are over 110,000 devices in circulation offering verbal abuse capture, man down detection, GPS and camera functionality is a discreet unit. Kings III was founded in 1989 and provides emergency communication solutions across North America. The business also provides turnkey solutions for use in elevators, at poolside, in garages, car parks, cash machines, arenas and large facilities. Connexion2 will retain its existing trading name and brand presence throughout the United Kingdom. The acquisition will help facilitate development of a number of key European and Asian markets.

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