Intelligent Technical Solutions Buys 5 MSPs

The acquired companies are based in four western states.

Jeff O'Heir

March 28, 2023

2 Min Read
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Intelligent Technical Solutions (ITS), an MSP based in Las Vegas, has acquired five MSPs as the company expands its geographic footprint.

The MSP acquisitions include Granite Computer Solutions, Tempe, Arizona; BrightWire Networks, Olympia, Washington; Ox Power Computing Service, Phoenix; ProTechnical, Reno, Nevada; and A Leap Ahead IT, Sacramento, California. All of them provide managed IT services.

Tom Andrulis, CEO of ITS, a portfolio company of Tower Arch Capital, said all of the companies’ founders worked with ITS on the deals. Intelligent Technical Solutions, he added, has developed strong relationships with them over the last several years.

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ITS’ Tom Andrulis

“We share a like-minded approach to our work, and collectively, our footprint and capabilities will lead to significant expansion for ITS in the western United States,” said Todd Whitley, CEO of Brightwire Networks, which ranked No. 196 on Channel Futures’ 2022 MSP 501 list of top managed service providers.

ITS did not disclose terms of the deal. Deerpath Capital provided financing for the transactions. Holland & Hart and Farrell Advisory advised ITS on the deals. ITS’ move is just the latest in a hot M&A market.

ITS, which ranked No. 243 on the MSP 501, provides managed IT, cloud, cybersecurity, VoIP and fiber internet services to small and medium sized businesses throughout the Midwest and western United States.

Tower Arch, a private equity firm, bought ITS last July in its first MSP play.

“As a collective team, our priority is to continue providing best-in-class IT services to our customers,” Andrulis said. “Looking forward, we are well-capitalized with the support of Tower Arch Capital to continue growth through acquisition, as well as investing in new and existing locations and services.”

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Jeff O'Heir

Jeff O’Heir is a journalist and editor who has spent much of his career covering the business leaders, issues and trends that define the IT and consumer technology channels. His work in print, online and on stage has showcased, educated and connected small and large solution providers, MSPs, channel pros and vendors. During his career, Jeff has also covered engineering technologies and breakthroughs, crime, politics, food and the arts.

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