MSP Acquisition: Enertron Buys Detroit’s Jabtech
Enertron LLC has acquired Jabtech, uniting two Michigan-area managed services providers (MSPs). Financial terms were not disclosed.
Jabtech’s seven employees will join Enertron’s team of approximately 20 workers, the company confirmed to ChannelE2E.
Enertron will now be one of the largest MSPs in Metro Detroit, which places it at a competitive advantage in a variety of new markets, according to the company.
“Jabtech has a strong understanding as to the direction IT is moving, as well as they keep up with the continuous changes in IT just like Enertron,” Sara Lorenzo, VP & director business operations, Enertron, tells ChannelE2E. “Leadership met and realized they could both benefit from larger opportunities through acquisition. Enertron was growing tremendously and so was Jabtech. Joe [LaFrance, Enertron owner] determined this would be a great company decision that fit our business model for growth that would provide our customers with additional support and talent.”
Jabtech was founded in 2006 and built a name for itself in the Metro Detroit area by partnering with a number of businesses to provide support services, technical strategy, and professional IT services.
Enertron began operations in 1988, growing the company based largely from client referrals. The serves customers in such vertical as manufacturing, legal, finance, accounting, auto-dealers, non-profit, municipalities, and more. This deal will allow it to increase its customer service and support provided to these customers and offer more of a diverse set of skills, the company tells ChannelE2E.
“This is an exciting opportunity and transformation for both organizations,” said Jason Bigham, founder, Jabtech. “We’ve been in this space a long time and have built a mature service delivery model that’s taken years to evolve. The instant benefit of a larger resource pool expands our breadth of knowledge, and postures our business to grow quickly, while remaining scalable and available for our existing client base.”