In the organization’s latest push to expand cloud, connected workplace, security, and modern data center technology services, MicroAge is announcing its acquisition of Semaphore Co, a cloud-services organization based out of Atlanta, Georgia.
The move comes on the heels of Semaphore’s formal recognition as MicroAge’s Outstanding Service Partner of 2019. Semaphore Co—a full lifecycle services firm—covers projects from implementations to migrations; to upgrades; to support retainers and managed services. With a deep focus on Microsoft, VMware, Networking and the cloud, the organization has provided a full range of best-in-class technology services. Started by Managing Partner Kyle Yencer in 2008, Semaphore quickly catapulted into a high-performance services organization with the mission of delivering quality results on time, every time.
The organization is known for its deliberate, strategic approaches to pairing processes and technology with detailed, personalized services—unleashing transformative capabilities and innovation. Over the last decade and across hundreds of successful engagements, Semaphore has moved quickly with changing technologies and a disruptive marketplace.
News of the acquisition breaks while the enterprise still struggles to define the remote workplace and the technologies necessary to keep organizations agile, secure, and driven by a fully engaged workforce. MicroAge is aptly positioned to provide critical flexible workforce solutions in the age of remote work.
As tech leaders acknowledge the enduring impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, they require innovative long-term approaches to centralize data storage, bolster cybersecurity, connect employees, and move at the speed of disruption. By incorporating Semaphore into a model already offering high-performance services and breakthrough solutions, MicroAge expands its service offerings to more organizations during unprecedented times.
MicroAge is continuing to expand to support clients in remaining competitive and fueling digital transformation for whatever comes next. Read the complete press release.