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Evolve IP acquires Chicago-based communications provider IPiphany

Evolve IP, the Wayne, Pa.-based cloud services provider, recently acquired IPiphany, a communications provider headquartered just outside of Chicago, according to a release. COO Gary Fardone says the acquisition will expand Evolve IP‘s consumer base to the Midwest. The company recently opened a 10,000 sq.ft. incubator in its headquarters.  

Evolve IP, the Wayne, Pa.-based cloud services provider, recently acquired IPiphany, a communications provider headquartered just outside of Chicago, according to a release.

COO Gary Fardone says the acquisition will expand Evolve IP‘s consumer base to the Midwest.

The company recently opened a 10,000 sq.ft. incubator in its headquarters.

 

Companies: Evolve IP

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