ABCOMRENTS has acquired SMART Technology Rentals in a strategic move that is expected to support the company’s national growth initiatives into the Texas market.
As a leading provider of event technology solutions since 1989, ABCOMRENTS strategizes, designs, and implements full-service solutions, with innovative technology solutions, state-of-the-art tech rental equipment, and supporting infrastructure
Since 1994, Smart Technology has specialized in computer & IT rentals with full service locations throughout Texas including Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, and Austin. The company has built a reputation of high quality service supporting local clients along with rental partners traveling into Texas.
“We are extremely excited to bring the Smart Technology team under the ABCOMRENTS brand. Their knowledge of the local market, experience in the industry, and infrastructure throughout Texas will create demonstrable value to our combined customers and partners. Many of our clients have been asking us to open in Dallas; with the Smart Technology acquisition, we not only have an office in Dallas but now can easily cover the entire State of Texas,” said Sonny Goyal, Managing Director of ABCOMRENTS.
ABCOMRENTS’ new fulfillment centers in Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio will focus primarily on IT and Digital Signage Solutions. The centers will be fully stocked with IT solutions, 2.6MM and 3.9MM LED Tiles, NEC Ultra Narrow Video Wall Displays, Commercial Grade LED Displays, as well as the latest in Interactive Digital Signage.
Smart Technology’s focus has been on servicing the local Texas markets with IT services. Combining the ABCOMRENTS product offerings with Smart Technology infrastructure will bring an entirely new offering to the local Texas markets.
“This is our second acquisition in the last 24 months. We have learned how to integrate companies within our industry efficiently and build the process and infrastructure to scale. We now have the immediate capabilities and an experienced team in place in three additional markets,” said Goyal.