MINNEAPOLIS-BASED communications technology company, Amcom Software, has bought Commtech Wireless, which has grown from its Perth base to become an international provider of wireless messaging infrastructure. The deal, for an undisclosed sum, is expected to enable the provision of enhanced communication solutions for the healthcare, hospitality and government sectors on a global scale. Commtech Wireless has handled a wide variety of projects since its inception in 1992, from integrated communications solutions and wireless telephony, to desktop and restaurant call systems. The business began as a partnership trading as Commtech Paging Systems, when it was founded by 2003 WA Business News 40under40 Award winner, Nathan Buzza. Since that time, the company has sold solutions to more than 5,000 sites across the world, bringing in export sales of $6.1 million. Mr Buzza remains as the executive vice-president and general manager for Commtech Wireless, and has been responsible for strategic planning, technology and development of Commtech’s affairs from its US office. The company now has offices in Perth, Sydney and Jacksonville, Florida. Director Zane Lewis joined the company in 1999 and became the national marketing manager. Mr Lewis opened the Florida office in 2001, which grew to 15 staff members with $US5 million revenue in 2006. Commtech Wireless staff will remain in their current locations, forming a new division of Amcom Software
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