Technology Capital Investors puts the word out that it is seeking partnerships with small- and midsize managed services providers working within key vertical markets, and asks interested MSPs to make contact.
April 17, 2012
Capital investment firm Technology Capital Investors (TCI) has announced that it is aggressively pursuing partnerships with highly specialized, small- and midsize managed service providers (MSPs) working within key vertical markets. This could pose an opportunity for channel pros with unique solutions and marketable offerings.
According TCI, the IT investment firm is “seeking to round out its portfolio by investing in several high-potential MSPs.” The company adds that it is especially interested in MSPs with “a proven track-record of success and vision to grow and scale their IT services business as part of a larger, well established conglomerate of regional and vertically-focused MSPs.”
Over the last six months, TCI has expanded its national network of high-performance MSP partners to include full-service MSP Bravura Networks and IT security specialist Savid Technologies. Since partnering with TCI, both firms have grown profitably, successful introduced a new portfolio of cloud services and expanded their market reach.
“As part of our acquisition and investment strategies, we’re creating an ecosystem of specialized MSPs that can collaborate and quickly scale to meet the needs of these high-growth markets,” says Sam Attias, a managing partner of TCI.
“Vertical markets such as banking, education, finance, government, healthcare, insurance, legal, and non-profit represent a growing sales and service opportunity for MSPs that specialize in these markets and know how to leverage technology to deliver the business outcome their customers and prospects are looking for,” Attias adds. “We see tremendous revenue potential across North America for specialized MSPs who focus on particular verticals and expand their services expertise into high-demand technology adjacencies—such as mobile, physical security and digital signage—that easily tie into the managed network.”
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