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Business Technology Partners Acquires Two MSPs, Names CEO

BTP President Joshua Aaron

Business Technology Partners (BTP) has acquired two more MSPs and named a new CEO. The buyouts involve the Secure IT Engineering division of Secure Technology Integration (STIGroup), and the Managed Services (US) division of PTS.

Moreover, STIGroup founder Dominic Genzano takes on BTP's CEO title, while BTP founder Joshua Aaron remains president. Genzano also retains the CEO post at STIGroup, which retains its cybersecurity focus.

“I’m confident Dom, with his vast expertise in cybersecurity and industry knowledge, is the best person to lead us through the integration of these teams and catapult BTP into the future,”Aaron said in a prepared statement.

Based in New York, BTP's expertise now spans the following areas:

  • BTP’s technology architecture and engineering, unified communications & networking, and managed services & IT support.
  • Secure IT Services specializes in ‘security-hardened’ enterprise technology implementations and network operations.
  • PTS has cloud services knowhow.

The combined company supports more than 50 customers across such verticals as financial services, healthcare, retail, and pharmaceutical industries. Those customers will gain a unified help desk, and synergies with STIGroup (still independent) are expected top emerge, the companies say.

Financial terms for the two acquisitions were not disclosed. The deals follow an earlier BTP merger with New Jersey-based MSP Responsible Computing Solutions (RCS). In that deal, RCS’ CEO Michael Achey joined BTP as a technical account manager.