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AccountabilIT Acquires ClearPointe Technologies

AccountabilIT, based in Scottsdale, Ariz., acquired Little Rock, Ark.-based ClearPointe Technologies this week in an acquisition that brings two managed service providers (MSPs) together.

WestView Capital Partners provided financing for the transaction. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

AccountabilIT was founded in August 2016 and has a portfolio of managed services that include cybersecurity, service desk, cloud and virtualization, and disaster recovery. ClearPointe has been around since 2000 and specializes in cloud-based transformations, migrations and managed services.

ClearPointe boasts Microsoft gold competencies in Datacenter and Cloud Productivity and a silver competency in Cloud Platform. The company's Microsoft-specific services include Azure migrations, Azure governance, Azure platform monitoring and modern workplace.

"This acquisition is critical in providing AccountabilIT with additional scale and experience needed to maintain our position in the industry," said Chuck Vermillion, AccountabilIT's CEO and founder, in a statement. "We are thrilled to add ClearPointe's leadership to our organization."

Jeff Johnson, CEO and founder of ClearPointe, said that his company's Microsoft-centric services will complement AccountabilIT's expertise in application management, database administration, Linux administration and managed security.

Posted by Scott Bekker on September 13, 2018 at 11:49 AM


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