COLUMBIA, S.C. & DULUTH, Minn., January 05, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–VC3, a market-leading managed service provider serving municipalities and commercial businesses across the country, announced today the acquisition of CW Technology, a leading provider of enterprise-quality IT management services in Minnesota. The addition of this established firm expands the VC3 solution portfolio to municipal and commercial clients in the Minnesota region and adds a local presence of high-caliber operators to the VC3 platform.
Sandy Reeser, VC3’s Chief Executive Officer, said, "Similar to CW Technology, we made the decision to serve small and medium sized organizations with solution-oriented technology services that will meet their specific requirements. Collectively, our teams have the depth and breadth of knowledge in managed services, applications, software development, websites, and industries to help meet a variety of business and local government needs. Our clients recognize our ability to solve a wide range of challenges, offer multiple options to solve problems, and communicate results effectively. VC3 continues to strengthen its existing presence nationally, where we already serve many municipalities and organizations across the country and carry several state municipal leagues endorsements. With decades of experience, together as a team, we will continue to successfully serve clients of all sizes in Minnesota and throughout the United States."
David Manion, CW Technology’s Chief Executive Officer, said, "With VC3’s strong presence and similar core values, it was clear to me that a partnership made the most sense for our employees, our clients, and the company as we continue to grow and evolve in this changing environment. This acquisition will empower both CW Technology and VC3 to provide more tailored services to more clients."
Reeser added, "I look forward to partnering with clients built on the same values and service they have come to expect from CW Technology. I have all confidence that together, VC3 and CW Technology will continue to serve and add value to our clients."
About CW Technology
CW Technology is a managed IT services and solutions provider, delivering optimal technical services of managed IT, cloud hosting, cyber security, and disaster recovery planning. CW specializes in process-based services, which include full IT support and help desk, business strategy and planning, and unique IT alignment to a defined set of benchmarks.
VC3 is a leading managed services provider with a focus on municipal government and mid-market businesses. Founded in 1994 and headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina, VC3 forms partnerships with organizations to achieve their technology goals and harness their data. In addition to providing comprehensive managed IT solutions, VC3 offers cybersecurity, cloud services, website design, custom application development, and business intelligence services. Visit www.vc3.com to learn more.
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