The company's new CEO came on board with expertise in mergers and acquisitions.

Christine Horton, Contributing Editor

November 3, 2021

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MSP Logically today has continued its rapid expansion with the acquisition of Gainesville, Georgia-based Halski Systems.

Halski serves customers in the Southeast with a suite of services across more than 5,300 managed endpoints.

Michelle Accardi, CEO of Logically, told Channel Futures that Halski augments the company’s team in the region.


Logically’s Michelle Accardi

She cited “a strong capability in helping customers leverage the cloud and achieve digital transformation.” These include skills in Citrix, Microsoft and unified communications, and a strong customer base.

Accardi also noted Halski’s “exceptional level of expertise across industries including manufacturing, construction, automotive, and healthcare, its largest vertical market.

“Bringing Halski onboard will take our customer service and retention, as well as our offerings of edge-to-endpoint services to the next level.”

Keep up with the latest channel-impacting mergers and acquisitions in our M&A roundup.

In a statement, Halski CEO Seth Seagraves said Logically shares the core values of scalable services and straightforward results.

He said Logically’s “can-do attitude” is “consistently focused on supporting customers with best-in-class solutions in mind. We couldn’t be more excited about the journey together.”

Acquisition Spree

Halski is MSP Logically’s fifth acquisition in nine months, and its 10th since 2019. It joins the previously announced Cerdant, Network Support Co (NSC) and NG2 in 2021, along with Personal Computer Resources (PCR) in December of 2020.

The acquisitions have been part of a larger strategy to enhance the Portland, Maine, company’s geographic presence throughout the United States.

“National scale with more diverse local talent that helps us provide the best service for our customers,” said Accardi.

The CEO said Halski will continue to service its local customers “but with the strength of national people, process and technology to offer even more capabilities to those customers.”

Accardi, who joined the fast-growing MSP in October, confirmed Logically will continue to look out for future acquisitions. In particular, “strong MSPs that operate in tangential regions and that can bring us either additional bench strength in the areas we already specialize or can introduce in new technologies that strengthen our portfolio.”

Logically has more than 1800 customers across North America.

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Christine Horton

Contributing Editor, Channel Futures

Christine Horton writes about all kinds of technology from a business perspective. Specializing in the IT sales channel, she is a former editor and now regular contributor to leading channel and business publications. She has a particular focus on EMEA for Channel Futures.

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