Dedicated Computing acquires Tushaus

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:51 am

Waukesha-based Dedicated Computing Inc. has acquired Wauwatosa-based Tushaus Computer Services LLC for an undisclosed amount.
Dedicated Computing is a designer and manufacturer of purposed-specific computers for original equipment manufacturers and independent service vendors.
Tushaus Computer Services provides technology solutions for businesses.
Tushaus has 140 employees and Dedicated Computing has about 200. Both of the Dedicated Computing and Tushaus names will remain.
Dedicated Computing chief executive officer Don Schlidt will be CEO of Dedicated Computing and Tushaus.
Gregg Tushaus, founder, CEO and chief technology officer of Tushaus, will be chief technology officer of the combined company.
Jack Gebhardt will remain as president of Tushaus.
Tushaus, will retain all of its current employees and locations.
“Dedicated Computing approached me about acquiring the business and it seemed like a good fit,” said Tushaus, “Both businesses have a lot to offer each other.”
 Dedicated Computing expects to offer Tushaus’ cloud computing services along with their products expanding the breadth of what Dedicated Computing can offer its clients.
“This acquisition provides Tushaus and Dedicated Computing opportunities to leverage the capabilities of both organizations for the development of new solutions and enhances service offerings,” Schlidt said. “Both organizations have solid customer relationships and a talented base of employees with deep technical expertise. Simply put, we think there is a lot of potential for future growth within both organizations.”
“Our new relationship will allow Tushaus to grow more quickly by providing the company with an enhanced opportunity to focus on long-term strategic objectives that add value for our customers,” Tushaus said. “We expect the acquisition will help Tushaus grow product and service offerings while maintaining the high level of customer service the company has always provided.”

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