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allenmyland.com

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About Allen Myland

Allen Myland is a professional services company providing customers with comprehensive support and maintenance of EMC, Hitachi, and other manufacturers' equipment. It provides data storage maintenance and hardware support to Fortune 500 and local companies looking to extend the lifespan of their post warranty storage systems. It gives customers direct access to Level 3 engineers and a network of Support Engineers.

Allen Myland Headquarter Location

515 Abbott Drive

Broomall, Pennsylvania, 19008,

United States

877-210-8273

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Park Place President Adams Talks Acquisition Spree, Benefits Of Centralized Sales Force

Oct 20, 2017

Park Place President Adams Talks Acquisition Spree, Benefits Of Centralized Sales Force Park Place Technologies has been on an acquisition spree over the past two years, purchasing six companies during that time, and the third-party maintenance provider has no intention of slowing its growth streak. 208 on the 2017 CRN Solution Provider 500 , has acquired Com-Com, Ardent Support Technologies, Prestige Data Center Solutions, Performance Data, Allen Myland and NCE Group in the months Park Place itself was purchased by private equity firm GTCR in November 2015. "We tended not to do much in the acquisition realm in the last two years. What changed? A lot of it is size," President and COO Chris Adams told CRN. "We've gotten to the size now where we can consume these acquisitions and integrate them into our culture very efficiently. It became very appealing at that point." Since 2010, Adams said Park Place has experienced a compound annual growth rate of 27 percent. During the early stages of that ascent, the company was wary that dipping its toes into the M&A waters would add risk and possibly dilute its corporate culture. With GTCR's guidance and more financial muscle under its belt, however, the timing was right for a concerted expansion effort. The acquisitions all involved some combination of top-line, geographic and technical benefits, Adams said. The Allen Myland deal completed in August, for example, was done to boost Park Place's high-end enterprise storage support. The Ardent acquisition fell into the same category. NCE, the largest purchase of the bunch, expanded the solution provider's global presence – particularly in Europe, which has become the company's fastest-growing market, according to Adams. Park Place has gone from having three U.K.-based employees to 80 to 100 within the past two years, he said. "We're seeing great results over there," Adams said. Another recently acquired company, Singapore-based Performance Data, was done with Asia-Pacific expansion in mind. The growth hasn't been as rapid as what Park Place is enjoying in Europe due to local hiring and relocation restrictions, Adams noted. Ultimately, however, he said he wants to see Park Place employees on every continent so that it can service all of its customers' equipment with in-house employees.

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