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Visual Edge acquires Zymphony

February 6, 2018

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Visual Edge Technology has acquired Zymphony Technology Solutions, which has its headquarters in Tampa, Florida.

Visual Edge Technology, Inc. has acquired Zymphony Technology Solutions, a provider of managed IT solutions, cloud technologies, cybersecurity, and hosted IT solutions. The Zymphony acquisition “plays well” into Visual Edge’s national managed IT services strategy and their goal to be one of the largest US-based independent providers of total office solutions.

Headquartered in Tampa, Florida, with two additional locations in Orlando and Sarasota, Zymphony specialises in managing IT infrastructure and providing end-to-end business solutions that incorporate cloud computing, PC/Mac support, server and network monitoring, managed security services, and business optimization software.

Bob Atherton, president of Zymphony  stated, “In today’s competitive office services landscape, partnering with a team that allows us to offer our solutions to a captive market is critical. We are excited to extend Visual Edge’s Netwise Managed IT brand into the greater Florida marketplace.”

Last April, Visual Edge acquired Netwise Resources, a leading Midwest-managed IT services provider. Visual Edge has spent the past year developing their Netwise/Visual Edge ‘IT in a Box’ managed IT brand.

Atherton and his current management team will continue in their current roles, and operations will remain in Tampa, Orlando, and Sarasota. With the Netwise/Zymphony team, Visual Edge will also expand their IT services into the greater southeast-US marketplace.  Tom Frederick, the former owner of Zymphony, will join Visual Edge as a consultant.

Visual Edge Chairman and CEO Austin Vanchieri released the following statement: “Zymphony is made up of excellent quality, dedicated, dynamic professionals. Zymphony’s Managed IT solutions will complement our strategy of being a total office solutions provider in the Florida marketplace.”

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