MSP Investment: Right Hand Technology Group Gains Stakeholder, President
Right Hand Technology Group, a Top 100 Vertical Market MSP in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has a new investor and executive team member. Indeed, IT services veteran Josh Wilhelm has acquired a stake in Right Hand and joined the MSP as president. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Wilhelm’s role will focus on new client acquisition, expanding the Right Hand brand, and strengthening partnerships. His track record includes extensive experience in the IT services market. Wilhelm’s previous work included key positions at CompuCom, CyBerJaz and Plus Consulting.
Describing his latest carer move and investment, Wilhelm said:
“I have known the team for many years and have witnessed their absolute dedication to providing best-in class services to their clients. After leaving Plus Consulting, I wanted to join an organization as a partner that had three things; operational maturity, a great culture, and financial health. Right Hand Technology Group Inc has that and more, which allows me to focus where I can contribute the most – driving Strategy and Business Development.”
Right Hand CEO Jason Vanzin, added:
“Although I was not looking to bring on a partner or sell a stake in Right Hand, I have been wanting to work with Josh for a long time. I have known him for almost two decades, and when we started talking, it just made sense. He has been in the industry for a long time and has a proven track record for growing IT companies.”
Right Hand Technology Group has ranked among the world’s Top 100 Vertical Market MSPs in our 2019, 2018 and 2017 lists. The company’s focus areas include the manufacturing vertical.