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A dog in the the Softchoice office in Toronto.
A dog in the the Softchoice office in Toronto.
(DELLA ROLLINS FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL)

Toronto tech company taken private by Birch Hill

Birch Hill Equity Partners is adding another name to its portfolio, buying Toronto’s Softchoice Corp. for $412-million in cash.

The target, originally known for reselling Microsoft products in Canada, now offers a variety of technology-related services and products, such as outfitting Royal Bank of Canada branches with computers, printers, servers and the like.