They say good things come in threes, and no one knows that better than Trapp Technology. The Phoenix-based IT solutions provider just closed on their third – and largest – acquisition yet.
Trapp Technology has acquired Valley-based Brinkster Communications Corporation and its international IaaS, web, cloud, and email hosting client base of over 50,000 customers in 175 countries. The recent announcement marks Trapp Technology’s third and largest company acquisition since 2015, continuing momentum of strategic growth in the IT industry.
Through this acquisition, Trapp Technology is adding IaaS, web and email hosting solutions, and domain purchasing services to their own portfolio offerings. These three, value-added solutions fortify the company’s position as a major beacon in Arizona’s tech service market and serve to strengthen the company’s ability to satisfy growing market demands.
“We couldn’t be more excited to have acquired an established IT company such as Brinkster who can diversify our already comprehensive portfolio with valuable assets,” says David Trapp, CEO of Trapp Technology. “Through a collaborative effort, we ensure our existing and newly acquired clients will have a seamless transition through this process.”
The acquisition means a move is in order. With Trapp Technology headquarters relocating to midtown Phoenix, offices now operate out of three hubs across metro-Phoenix, North Scottsdale, and Denver, Colorado.
“We look forward to strengthening our presence and stand confidently amidst other technology powerhouses and startups contributing to the growth and development of Phoenix as a leading technology hub,” continues Trapp. “The new headquarters secures greater visibility while giving us a more capable platform on which to build our company’s future.”
Already a twice-ranked Inc. 500 company, Trapp Technology’s growth shows no signs of stopping any time soon. The acquisition boosts their employee count above 70, with more hires being made in the immediate future. Could a 3rd-time ranking be in the works?