The merged entity, which comes into effect immediately, will trade as Nolan Business Solutions with a turnover of just more than £2m. Further details of the deal remain undisclosed.
Nolan has been a developer and Microsoft partner for 16 years and also works with NetSuite, so has some CRM expertise, but will look to increase that side of its operations with the merger of Microsoft Dynamics and CRM specialist Benteq.
"The merged business has scale, broader technical skills, better services capability and much stronger sales expertise," said Tim Nolan, CEO of Nolan Business Solutions.
"For our existing customers and prospects this gives them the confidence that they are dealing with a Microsoft Dynamics and NetSuite reseller that has the bandwitdh, market knowledge and technical expertise required," he added.
Mike Risley, managing director of Benteq, said that the merger would provide its customer base with a better proposition.
The merger has been given the blessing of Microsoft with Steve Morrow, head of dynamics partner business at the vendor, commenting that the combination of two strong resellers would benefit customers.