DanburyIT, a Saint Paul-based company, has been acquired by Atomic Data, a Minnesota private cloud and IT solutions provider.
Established 1995, DanburyIT (formerly DataSolve) is an information technology firm that offers local networking, workstation and helpdesk support in the Twin (News - Alert) Cities area.
The acquisition was finalized in March this year and includes DanburyIT's existing client base, assets and employees.
Atomic Data, a provider of managed IT services such as data center colocation, private cloud solutions and private enterprise networks, made this acquisition a part of the company's growth strategy whereby it will be using DanburyIT's existing operations and niche to get increased value generation for the company.
Kelly Schaefbauer, president and founder of DanburyIT, said in a statement, "The merging of DanburyIT and Atomic Data creates an unprecedented line of services for small and medium businesses. It brings together world-class data centers, network monitoring, and Service Desk with a proven technology strategy for small business."
Schaefbauer and his team were committed to offer well thought out and executed technology that meets the client's goals. It's this commitment that makes DanburyIT a perfect fit with Atomic Data's existing team and suite of IT services.
Jim Wolford, CEO Atomic Data said, “More and more we're seeing businesses shed their internal IT teams for an outsourced model. With internal IT resources struggling to keep up with changing technology trends, tight budgets, and 24 x 7 operations, Atomic Data is perfectly suited to step in and fill this growing need. The addition of DanburyIT and their 20+ years of experience further strengthens our Microsoft (News - Alert) expertise, on-site support capabilities, and exemplary customer service.”
Edited by Rachel Ramsey