Forensic Access acquires IntaForensics

Forensic Access acquires IntaForensics

Forensic Access a leading provider of a broad range forensic science services to the criminal justice system has acquired digital forensics specialists IntaForensics which consolidates their position as an international market leader in the sector.

Oxfordshire-based Forensic Access’ portfolio of expertise covers the spectrum of forensic services from Biology Chemistry and Medicine to Firearms, Fibres and Fingerprints. Nuneaton-based IntaForensics are internationally recognised specialists in digital forensics and cyber security.

Despite the challenges of last year Forensic Access and IntaForensics have continued to grow. Both companies have helped to define industry quality standards and are highly committed to the future of forensics. Commenting on the acquisition Rachel Jansen, CEO of Forensic Access, said “We are delighted to bring Andrew Frowen and his outstanding forensic and cyber teams at IntaForensics into the fold. We jointly share the strategy and vision of providing leading support to our valued customers through investment in technology, quality and innovation.”

Andrew Frowen, CEO of IntaForensics, shares the sentiment commenting “This is a tremendous opportunity for both companies and a testament to the tireless dedication from all the staff at IntaForensics. We are all looking forward to working with Rachel and the Forensic Access team dedicating significant resources and investment to drive additional innovation throughout the combined product lines, with the common goal of taking customer satisfaction to new heights.”

Limerston Capital described the acquisition as a milestone commenting “Combining Forensic Access’ outstanding lab forensic services with IntaForensics’ leading digital forensics and cyber capabilities will further enhance the reach and product suite of the group.”

www.forensic-access.co.uk



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