Acquisitions Continue Acrisure Cyber Services Expansion


Acquisitions Continue Acrisure Cyber Services Expansion

By Greg Tavarez

Acrisure Cyber Services has expanded its capabilities to offer complete cybersecurity protection to existing and new Acrisure clients since officially launching earlier this year. Acrisure Cyber Services leverages security products, modern AI techniques and cloud-native architecture to minimize clients’ risk.

Acrisure wanted to further solidify its ability to help protect and grow what its clients worked to build, so it acquired two MSPs, Catalyst Technology Group and ITS Inc., within its Cyber Services division.

“Catalyst and ITS are entrepreneurial organizations with strong leadership and deep customer relationships. Our clients will greatly benefit from an expanded cyber services offering with these capabilities added to our solution,” said Greg Williams, co-founder, chairman and CEO of Acrisure.

Catalyst Technology Group, based in Indianapolis, offers small- and medium-size businesses enterprise-class IT support with a specialty in streamlining processes for better customer ease. A few things Catalyst does includes cloud infrastructure with AI bot management, cloud productivity with AI bot management, AI-based IT management and general IT services.

ITS Inc., based in Bar Mills, Maine, provides IBM system design, integration and consulting services to industries including manufacturing, distribution, health care and education. With ITS, small- and mid-size businesses receive IT support. This includes creating an IT infrastructure plan, implementing new technologies and enhancing systems administrations.

“Cyber risk is a threat to organizations of all sizes, but small- and mid-size companies are especially vulnerable to increasingly sophisticated attacks,” said Bill Meara, president, Acrisure Cyber Services. “We provide a single solution that is customized to their unique risk profile, size industry and more. Now, with Catalyst and ITS we’ve created a holistic IT solution.”

Through these new MSP partnerships, Acrisure clients gain access to Microsoft products, licenses and Azure Cloud services; Dell computers and components; Cisco networking equipment and software; IBM hardware and software products and services; and the engineering experience to install and support all the above.

Edited by Greg Tavarez

MSPToday Editor

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