The scale and scope of the partnership provides customers with IT services that don't exist within a single MSP, the companies said.

Claudia Adrien

January 12, 2022

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New Charter Technologies, a portfolio company of Palo Alto-based private equity firm Oval Partners, has brought Exbabylon into its fold. Newport, Washington-based Exbabylon is one of the Northwest’s fastest growing IT firms.

New Charter Technologies CEO Mitch Morgan said he is excited to have the company join the growing roster of North American MSPs.

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New Charter’s Mitch Morgan

“Alex, Tina, and the team at Exbabylon have created an extraordinary company. Their culture, capabilities and performance level exemplify what it means to be best-in-class,” Morgan said.

Exbabylon’s Service Capabilities

Exbabylon founder and CEO Alex Stanton and co-CEO Tina Stanton help their clients and communities leverage the power of digital transformation. By partnering with New Charter, Exbabylon is accelerating its mission and service capabilities. It’s also providing New Charter with enhanced knowledge and resources to drive innovation across the entire platform. This dual acceleration improves the ability to serve clients with advanced security offerings, Microsoft tools and emerging technologies. These align with customers’ strategic and operational initiatives, the company said.

“As clients adopt digital transformation and move into the Industry 4.0 world, it’s so multifaceted, complicated and expensive. Even a small IT service delivery model requires a ton of complexity and expertise to do it right,” Stanton said. “We saw a lot of companies not doing it well.”

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Exbabylon’s Alex Stanton

Exbabylon will keep its Pacific Northwest headquarters and will be led by the same executive team. There will be no structural changes to staffing, the leadership team, service delivery or business direction.

“If you listen to what our customers are telling us and thinking about, this partnership with New Charter gives them access to the scale and scope of IT services that just doesn’t exist within a single MSP,” Stanton said. “This partnership makes us stronger so we can continue taking on these complicated initiatives while giving customers confidence knowing there’s a team of experts that know how to do it right.”

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Claudia Adrien

Claudia Adrien is a reporter for Channel Futures where she covers breaking news. Prior to Informa, she wrote about biosecurity and infectious disease for a national publication. She holds a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and resides in Tampa.

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