Integris acquires CalTech to establish  banking network

With CalTech, Integris now has more than 20 offices in 10 states.


Integris, a national MSP, has purchased CalTech, a community banking-focused MSP with offices in Texas and Kansas.

This is Integris’ third acquisition in less than a year. Integris was recognized the No. 1 fastest-growing MSP on Channel Futures’ MSP 501 list last August.

Integris currently has over 20 offices in ten states and approximately 700 workers thanks to the acquisition of CalTech. It provides SMBs with enterprise IT services and security monitoring.

Integris does not disclose the amount it is paying for CalTech.

Integris purchased Blue Jean Networks, an MSP, and Security7 Networks, an MSSP, in October of last year.

Integris Expands Offerings Following Purchase of CalTech
Integris will employ existing resources to expand nationally and will use CalTech’s IT service delivery model for the community banking market, according to Bajwa. The partnership includes expanded cybersecurity and business intelligence capabilities for community banking clients, as well as new levels of regulatory assistance and compliance consultancy.
Iconic IT and Integris combined early last year, renaming the firm Integris. As a result of the merger, it became one of the largest MSPs dedicated to the SMB sector.

Frontenac, a private equity group, has invested in Integris. The MSP is actively involved and wants to acquire more MSPs.

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