Miles 33 adds LatAm/Caribbean market with GSI takeover

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Media systems software provider Miles 33 has bought its Latin American and Caribbean distributor, Graphic Systems International.

Miami, Florida, based GSI has a loyal customer base built up over two decades, with key customers in locations including Mexico, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, Colombia, Puerto Rico and Brazil.

Owner and co-founder Jesus Toledo joins Miles 33 as regional business development manager says he is excited by the prospect of being part of a much larger company with a global footprint. "Miles 33 has an excellent reputation of nurturing the companies they acquire, adding security, stability and resource to fuel growth and innovation, qualities that all our existing customers and staff will benefit from."

Miles chief executive Michael Moore says it was important to extend the company's reach and footprint worldwide, organically and by acquisition. "Adding GSI and their large customer base will provide Miles 33 with exciting opportunities for growth, whilst providing GSI and the team a proven technology platform enabling digital and commercial solutions, including WebCMS and Order Management (Gemstone).

"We look forward to supporting this market and building upon it further."

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