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QuadraNet acquires Contegix’s commercial CMS hosting solution and private cloud services

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QuadraNet, a prominent player in the field of hybrid IT, has announced acquiring the commercial BlackMesh platform from Contegix, a hosting solution for Content Management Systems (CMS). Along with this, QuadraNet has also acquired Contegix’s private cloud services and commercial CMS hosting customer base.

The team of experts from Contegix who specialize in private cloud and CMS will now be a part of QuadraNet, offering round-the-clock support and incident response for customers belonging to the enterprise-class category.

With this acquisition, QuadraNet will grow its data center presence in St. Louis, MO, and Reston, VA, which will lead to it increasing its footprint to 10 data centers in the U.S.

“With the addition of the Contegix commercial CMS platform and private cloud division, QuadraNet will deliver even greater value to our customers,” said Tim Caulfield, President and CEO of QuadraNet. “This deal reinforces our strong foundation in hybrid IT environments where enterprises are investing IT dollars.”

QuadraNet’s recent acquisition is just one of several strategic moves made by the company to enhance its portfolio of hosting and managed services. With a strong emphasis on offering secure and dependable IT solutions, QuadraNet is well-equipped to cater to the needs of clients operating in diverse industries.

Meanwhile, Contegix continues to prioritize its provision of Atlassian solutions for both commercial and federal markets, alongside supporting FedRAMP Managed Cloud services for multiple applications.

Brad Hokamp, CEO of Contegix said, “We believe our commercial CMS and private cloud clients will be served well by QuadraNet. The sale will allow Contegix to continue to grow our leadership position as an Atlassian platinum partner, along with advancing our commitment to the federal market.”

VSS Capital Partners (VSS) provided the financing for the transaction, but the specific terms of the deal were not disclosed. In addition, Layer 7 Capital served as Contegix’s sole financial advisor throughout the course of the transaction.

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