Maxis Bhd buys Audeonet in acqui-hire deal


This acqui-hire will make Maxis Business the exclusive distributor of Deltapath in Malaysia.

PETALING JAYA: Maxis Bhd has done its second acqui-hire deal this year after buying Malaysian-based unified communications (UC) and voice cloud solutions company, Audeonet (M) Sdn Bhd for its talent pool of specialist professionals.

Acqui-hire, also known as a talent acquisition, means buying a company in order to retain the business’s employees. The transaction value of the deal was not disclosed.

The Audeonet deal follows the acqui-hire of Infrastructure Consulting & Managed Services (ICMS), a Microsoft Gold Partner and cloud solutions company, earlier this year.

Some of the products distributed by Audeonet. - The Star filepicSome of the products distributed by Audeonet. - The Star filepic

Audeonet was established in 2002 with a team of certified IT professionals supporting the end-to-end deployment of their solutions, including installation, technical support, cabling works, training or extended maintenance services.

Their proven track record has spurred the company’s steady growth over the years.

This acqui-hire will make Maxis Business the exclusive distributor of Deltapath in Malaysia.

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