VC3 Acquires Accent Computer Solutions, California-based Managed Information Technology Services Provider

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VC3, a leading managed service provider serving municipalities and businesses across North America, announced today the acquisition of Accent Computer Solutions, a leading managed IT services, cybersecurity, and consulting provider in California. The joining of these two established firms expands the VC3 solution portfolio to include municipal and commercial clients in California.

This partnership increases the depth and breadth of capabilities in both firms while empowering both Accent Computer Solutions and VC3 to provide more tailored services to their clients.

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Sandy Reeser, VC3’s Chief Executive Officer, said, “We are incredibly excited that Accent Computer Solutions is joining the VC3 Team. California is a huge part of our growth plans, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have such a successful and mature MSP like Accent as our first acquisition in the Golden State. Collectively, we will continue to raise the bar on security and process automation so that all our clients across North America can focus on what they do best, while we focus on their IT.”

“Accent and VC3 have been collaborating for many years and the organizations are a natural fit for each other. Each team has complementary strengths, and joining forces will make us even stronger together,” said Marty Kaufman, Founder and President of Accent Computer Solutions. “Like Accent, VC3 is focused on helping organizations achieve their goals without technology getting in the way. This partnership will create more opportunities for Accent’s clients, employees, and everyone associated with us. I’m excited to remain involved with Accent during this transition before eventually moving into a mergers and acquisitions role.”

The companies will continue to operate under their respective names during an integration period before combining their operations under the VC3 brand.

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