The merger adds value to product and service offerings, the companies said.

Claudia Adrien

August 9, 2022

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MSP Nexus IT has merged with Salt Lake City-based IT services provider Intelitechs. The move adds to both companies’ IT services offerings and expands their leadership teams. The combined company will have an aggressive five-year growth strategy, officials said.


Nexus IT’s Earl Foote

Earl Foote is the CEO and founder of Nexus IT. He will continue in his role, while Intelitechs’ co-founders Jake Hiller and Eric Sessions will join Foote as key executives.

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“When I began the search for a strategic partner, the most important component of my decision revolved around finding a company that shared Nexus IT’s mission, vision and values that we’ve committed to for the past 24 years,” said Foote. “We found exactly that in Intelitechs. As a result, we are so excited to continue building our culture of integrity that also prioritizes best-in-class client services.”

Moving Locations

This fall, all members of Intelitechs will join the Nexus IT team, moving into the company’s newly expanded office space in downtown Salt Lake City.


Intelitechs’ Jake Hiller

“We’ve been peers of Nexus IT for many years and have always respected the incredible impact it has had on our industry and local business community,” said Hiller. “Given our own success in the market, we had no intention of shifting our business model but, once we sat down with Earl, we knew that this transition was a victory for everyone involved — the clients, the team and the evolving IT services space.”

Sessions added that Intelitechs is excited to bring its expertise to Nexus IT. The companies want to build something that’s first of its kind for clients.

The companies will not interrupt client services for both entities during this transition. However, the merger will allow the combined company to prioritize enhanced, streamlined client success communications and processes. It will provide customized support for each client’s specific needs, the executives said.

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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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