Call_Solutions Acquires FalaDM

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Call_Solutions Inc. today announced the acquisition of print production and fulfillment firm FalaDM Group in a move that brings an established print business into the Call_Solutions organization and effectively doubles the company's annual revenues.


Financial details of the agreement, which is expected to close in March, were not disclosed. Waukesha, WI-based Call_Solutions, which in previous announcements claimed approximately $70 million in annual revenues, said the merger brings its total annual sales to $150 million.


FalaDM represents the largest single acquisition yet made by Call_Solutions, which since its founding two years ago has purchased a string of companies, mostly in the teleservices field. The last few acquisitions have gone outside those lines, delving in direct mail print, creative and fulfillment as well as database marketing.


Jeff Jurick, president and CEO of Melville, NY based FalaDM, will take over Call_Solutions' print division, which also includes Lindon, UT-based OneSource.


FalaDM has 600 employees and 365,000 square feet of production and office space and mails 1 billion pieces annually. With the addition of FalaDM, Call_Solutions operates 16 companies nationwide, including call centers, market analysis and marketing strategy, database management and direct mail design and production.


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