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New IT company launched after GRS buyout

AcuITy, a division of Shropshire-based remarketing company GRS, has been bought out for an undisclosed sum by John Line, a former GRS director.

AcuITy began life as an IT support and technological solutions company to GRS and its sister company, the Greenhous Group.

Line took the decision to purchase the business earlier this year and embarked on a re-branding programme.

The business has worked with the Greenhous Group for the past 10 years and has also developed composite databases for General Motors’ used vehicle sales operation in Chester.

With the focus remaining primarily on the motor industry, the organisation is now looking to expand its client base and services, encompassing all technology-based applications from business analysis to database construction and quality assurance to data conversion, across the Midlands and beyond.

John Line, managing director of AcuITy, said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of the company, which has only been possible due to the hard work and commitment of the team, and the continued support of our existing customers.

“Starting out as a division of one of the UK’s most respected dealer groups to becoming an independent company in our own right is a fantastic achievement and we are extremely excited about being able to extend our offer to clients across the UK.

“As an organisation, we aim to provide a single point of contact for all business systems requirements, whether a business is looking for server and network management solutions, website design and optimisation, or a bespoke database.”
 

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