NetGain Technologies, a managed service provider (MSP), recently announced that it is all set to acquire US Teks, a company that provides comprehensive strategic and tactical technology services.
The officials from NetGain said that all 10 employees of US Teks will now work for the company. Looking to expand aggressively, NetGain has acquired five companies in three years. This acquisition will bring 50 managed services contracts at over $100,000 a month for NetGain, a $30 million regional MSP power and member of CRN's TechElite 250.
"I am talking to people every day in specific markets," said Jacobson. "I am sure we will continue to acquire companies." Among the markets that NetGain is eyeing for expansion include in Nashville and Knoxville, Tenn., and in Jacksonville, Tampa and Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
"Many managed service providers don't have the certifications and engineers to do on-site project work," he said. "We have the best of both worlds, so we can provide managed services for a bank with 15 locations and 200 employees and, at the same time, provide project work like upgrading their EMC (News - Alert) storage or Cisco network. Our customers don't need to go to another provider to get that done."
NetGain offers a range of managed IT solutions including design, implementation and management of IT networks and systems. NetGain's products and services are geared toward small-sized companies up to Fortune 500 enterprises and are designed to help customers maximize efficiency and net profits. In June this year, NetGain Technologies acquired NCDTech, an information technology (IT) network management company that provides managed IT services. Both the companies are based in the US. The acquisition enabled NetGain Technologies to expand its market share in St. Louis, US.
The company also celebrated Brendan Jacobson's fifth anniversary with the company. The MSP offers a broad range of managed IT solutions including design, implementation and management of IT networks and systems. Jacobson is director of managed services sales at NetGain and heads a dedicated Technology OneSource (News - Alert) team.