Dynamic Quest would like to announce it’s acquisition of Carolina Networks, Inc.
Carolina Networks, Inc. a female owned business, is a leading information technology services provider offering managed IT, disaster recovery and hosting services to small and medium sized businesses.
Founded in 1995 by President Susan Parrish, CNI has developed a strong customer base over the 20+ years of servicing the Triad. Susan will join the Dynamic Quest team as Client Engagement Manager.
“We are extremely excited to be joining Dynamic Quest. We have always had a lot of respect for Dynamic Quest and believe that our current customers will benefit from leveraging Dynamic Quest’s infrastructure, broader solution set and scale. We are looking forward to this next phase of growth together”, said Susan Parrish.
The transaction furthers our commitment to the Triad and North Carolina as a whole. The addition of CNI,the 4th largest IT Services provider in the Triad (Triad Business Journal) will allow us to better service our clients, and enhance our service offerings.
“We are thrilled about this new merging of Carolina Networks into our Dynamic Quest family. Carolina Networks has grown over the years to have a very solid client base and an even stronger reputation of being a customer focused and dependable team to support IT needs. We are very fortunate to have the Carolina Networks’ team join our growing family.” relayed CEO Javier Gomez.
Founded in 2000, Dynamic Quest is a managed service provider for IT services to enterprises and mid-sized businesses. Dynamic Quest offers a broad set of services including hosted cloud services, disaster recovery, managed IT, service plans, application support, virtual CIO and security services. The Company’s headquarters is in Greensboro, North Carolina and houses a data center facility that was built in 2007. Dynamic Quest currently has satellite offices in Winston-Salem and Cary, North Carolina, Marietta, Georgia and Clark, Philippines
Billions of devices will be connected to the Internet of Things by 2025, exponentially increasing demand for MSPs to back up growing companies.
“We believe our success is due to the strength of our team, the breadth of our services, our flexibility in responding to clients, and our focus on strategic support.”
Javier Gomez, CEO
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