Benjamin Ross Group announces the merger of SystemsNet, Inc. with Keesey Consulting, Inc.

Southampton, PA (August 31, 2010) – Benjamin Ross Group, a mergers and acquisition/ business broker firm,, recently merged SystemsNet Inc. with Keesey Consulting Inc. SytemsNet, which was founded in 1995, provides service to customers in Bucks and Montgomery Counties in Pennsylvania and Mercer County in New Jersey.Their services include computer networking, repairs, managed services, sales, support, etc. Keesey Consulting Inc., based out of Chester County, PA, provides similar computer services. The combined company will be able to provide a greater depth and breath of services to existing and new customers. The SystemsNet name will remain and the new entity will be located in Doylestown, PA. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Benjamin Ross Group ( was engaged as the business broker, initiated the transaction, acted as financial advisor and negotiated the sale.

About Benjamin Ross Group: With offices in Southampton (Bucks County), PA, Radnor (Delaware County), PA, and Princeton, NJ, the Benjamin Ross Group is the most experienced, professional and exclusive business sales, mergers and acquisition/ business broker firm in the Mid-Atlantic Region. The company represents well-managed businesses, regardless of their size. It provides a full range of services relating to buying, selling or merging businesses; business financing and valuation; and exit planning. For more information, go to:

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