Basingstoke-based distributor Datrontech has dispensed with one of its previous acquisitions, in the shape of Xenon Computer Systems. This is the second unit of the Xenon group to be sold, although the company will retain the core training business, which it sees as the key growth area.
A brief statement from the distributor said that before Christmas it had sold the Isle of Man subsidiary of Xenon Holdings to the Arlington Group.
But today Datrontech announced it had also sold Xenon Computer Systems to Viglen, now presided over by Alan Sugar, for #155,000.
Mark Mulford, chief executive of Datrontech, said: "Xenon Training is a key provider of IT network and technical cerification training to UK corporate and public sector customers."
He added: "We sold the Isle of Man business for #900,000 and we sold this business for #155,000. That leaves us with the lucrative part of the business."
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