Combined Entity Is One of the Largest Healthcare-Focused MSP in the Country
Medicus IT, a leading healthcare-focused managed services provider (MSP) based in Alpharetta, Georgia, announced the acquisition of Nexus Practice IT Services (Nexus). Nexus is the premier healthcare managed IT services provider based in Columbus, Ohio. The uniting of these leading companies further elevates MIT as one of the largest, healthcare-focused MSPs and will deliver significant benefits to clients.
“This merger with Nexus continues our efforts to expand our national presence strategically,” said Chris Jann, CEO of MIT. “The merger will improve service delivery and offerings, ultimately resulting in our providing enhanced value and resources to our clients. The joining of the talented Nexus team with MIT elevates the level of service delivery to our clients and introduces additional service offerings. Furthermore, the Ohio location addition expands our reach and position as the foremost healthcare IT authority.”
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Founded in 2001, Nexus provides managed IT, VoIP office phone solutions, and application hosting services to healthcare organizations throughout Ohio and the Midwest. The company has built a commanding presence as the premier IT solution provider with an established reputation of delivering world-class IT services, customized to fit each client’s unique requirements.
“MIT is a great cultural fit with Nexus, with a skilled team of experts and an impressive range of services and solutions,” said Alan Arman, President and CEO of Nexus. “We are excited to join one of the fastest-growing healthcare MSPs in the country, now with five regional offices and clients throughout the United States. The combining of our companies and expanded access to resources is instrumental in delivering our shared promise of making IT simple and more effective for our clients.”
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The MIT and Nexus teams will remain unchanged to ensure continuity in IT support and service delivery. Concerning integration goals, Jann said, “People-prioritized decisions remain at the center of the company integrations. We continue to offer exceptional service to clients while focusing on the strengthening of our core competencies and growing the MIT team. Thanks to the integration of the Nexus team and its resources, we can develop better solutions that further our company’s purpose of easing the burden of technology so practices can focus on what matters most, their patients.”
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