Thrive Managed Services Acquires InCare Technologies, Plans US Expansion

Thrive Managed Services Acquires InCare Technologies, Plans US Expansion

The company is looking to strengthen its managed services and cybersecurity presence in the south

Thrive Managed Services has acquired IT management services company InCare Technologies to expand its customer base in the Southern United States. This is the company’s fourth acquisition in the last six months.

Founded in 2000, Thrive Managed Services operates cybersecurity, cloud, and collaboration capabilities on behalf of enterprises to reduce pressure on their internal IT resources.

“InCare Technologies is one of the best managed managed service providers we have had the privilege of working with,” said Thrive CEO Rob Stephenson. “Their operational maturity, management team, technical insight and commitment to customer service make them the perfect partner for Thrive to anchor our expansion south.”

InCare Technologies primarily deals with healthcare providers, local authorities, schools, and businesses. The company’s managed services include proactive IT support and holistic outsourcing technology management as well as cybersecurity.

The InCare acquisition is expected to help Thrive strengthen the existing ServiceNow platform and advanced 24/7 Security Operations Center, as well as public, private and hybrid cloud solutions.

IoT poses a constant threat to corporate IT networks. Thrive’s fully integrated cybersecurity platform is designed to target small and medium-sized businesses. It includes a unified anti-intrusion platform as well as the Thrive5 methodology and security mindset across all support services.

“From the outset, InCare Technologies has been committed to helping our customers stay productive and secure when they want to improve their IT operations,” said Brian Walker, general manager of InCare Technologies. “By working with Thrive, we will take this issue even further, improving the way we serve our customers through advanced technology, innovation and improved performance.”

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