WorkSmart has acquired CDI Managed Services’ small and midsize business (SMB) clientele — which includes customers in Atlanta, Georgia and the New York Metro area with the guidance of their buyside intermediary Cogent Growth Partners. Read further here on CHANNELe2e.
Hilltop Consultants, a Top 100 Vertical Market MSP in the legal services sector, has acquired LANsultants — which also focuses on the legal vertical. The deal was led by buy-side M&A firm Cogent Growth Partners. This deal is part of Hilltop Consultants’ larger plan to build the country’s best legal MSP, according to President Jim Turner.
Data Systems Technology Solutions has acquired Unicom Technologies Inc., a regional IT-provider for banks and credit unions, with Cogent Growth Partners leading the way. Both companies are located in Texas. Together, Data Systems Technology Solutions and Unicom plan to support credit unions, local and regional banks in Texas and the Southwest United States.
In March of 2018, Datapath, located in Modesto, California, acquired Valley Network Solutions of Fresno, California. The combined company’s core focus areas include IT consulting, managed services and multi-layer cybersecurity. Core vertical markets include agribusiness, K-12 and higher education, manufacturers, and mid-size professional service organizations.
Whoa Networks, a secure cloud services provider (CSP), recently acquired two MSPs. The transactions involve Hipskind Technology Solutions Group of Chicago, which closed in November of 2017 and Platinum Systems of Kenosha, Wisconsin was inked in April 2018. Both deals were led by Cogent Growth Partners as the buy-side intermediary for Whoa.