Infinity purchases I-Team

Infinity CEO Shlomi Levi said that the purchase of I-Team will allow Infinity, which Levi expects to increase its earnings five fold by the end of 2008, to reach out to new and potentially lucrative customers.

By MATTHEW KRIEGER
August 6, 2007 07:32

 
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The information technology company Infinity IT announced late last week that it has completed the purchase of the IT start-up I-Team. As part of the agreement, the CEO of I-Team, Hezi Halutz, will become a director at Infinity IT. Infinity CEO Shlomi Levi said that the purchase of I-Team will allow Infinity, which Levi expects to increase its earnings five fold by the end of 2008, to reach out to new and potentially lucrative customers.

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