BT is continuing its spending spree and acquiring Belgian network and systems integrator INS Group.
BT said the acquisition will strengthen its operations in the Benelux and enhance BT's position in the global Lan and IP telephony services market.
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BT has now acquired around half a dozen services firms in the last year as it continues to extend and widen its global reach.
INS is headquartered in Brussels and employs over 225 professionals across Benelux, France, Germany, US, India and Australia.
INS provides its clients with a range of IT services centred around corporate communications. Services range from the design and implementation of complete data/voice/video infrastructures to the automated roll-out of user workstations and the management of customer collaboration platforms.
INS Group is not related to Californian-based International Network Services, the global IT consulting and software firm acquired by BT earlier this year.
The value of the latest BT acquisition has not been disclosed.