Cultural Alignment Between Firms Smooths Acquisition, Expanded Team Enables IT Service Provider to Meet Growing Demand for Services ATLANTA – November 29, 2022 – Cogent
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Ninth Strategic Acquisition in 24 Months Continues Aggressive National Expansion ATLANTA – August 4, 2022 – Cogent Growth Partners (CGP), the leading IT Services mergers
IT Experts Join Forces to Become First National MSP for Education ATLANTA – June 7, 2022 – Cogent Growth Partners (CGP), the leading IT Services
Cogent Growth Partners Advises LeadingIT on Dura-Tech Acquisition as Two Chicago-based Managed Service Providers Join Forces
ATLANTA – April 13, 2022 – Cogent Growth Partners (CGP), the leading buy-side intermediary for IT Services mergers and acquisitions, today announced that it assisted
Cogent Growth Partners Announces Second Year of Record Results as IT Services Prove to be Essential Businesses
Heated Demand for Managed Services Providers Continued Throughout 2021 ATLANTA – February 17, 2022 – Cogent Growth Partners (CGP), the industry leading M&A advisor for
Cogent Growth Partners Adds to Long List of MSP Client Success Stories After Advising Charles IT on Acquisition of NST Systems
Leading IT Firm Enhances East Coast Presence with Latest Completed Deal ATLANTA – February 8, 2022 – Cogent Growth Partners’ a buy-side advisor and intermediary
As appeared on crn.com By Joseph F. Kovar November 17, 2021, 03:25 PM EST A lot of factors are involved in determining if and when
Cogent Growth Partners’ Rick Murphy to Present Proven Strategies for Determining Company Value at IT Nation Connect
The presentation will explain how owners can get the most for their IT company if selling now or later ATLANTA – November 4, 2021 –
Information Technology (IT) played a big role in how companies large and small managed their way through last year’s unexpected sea change in business operations. Virtually overnight, companies with a handful of offices had to move their centralized operations to hundreds of remote, mostly residential locations while also keeping their data safe and secure. America’s 30,000 IT services companies, the outsourcers who manage information technology operations for their clients, made that happen.