Pact-One, a full-service IT provider specializing in dental IT solutions, announced today the acquisition of Computer Habits, an Oregon-based MSP also specializing in health care and dental practice IT services. Computer Habits is focused on delivering proactive technology maintenance and certified technical service to dental and SMB clients in the Portland Metro area.
Computer Habits employees will join the Pact-One team and operate jointly to build and grow the organization in new geographies in the dental IT solutions space. Computer Habits CEO, James Levis will remain on as Executive Vice-President, and all staff will continue to support their clients at the company.
“We are excited to welcome the Computer Habits team to the Pact-One family. They share our commitment to friendly and personal IT support for every client,” said Dan Edwards, CEO of Pact-One. “We are looking forward to getting to know the clients and businesses of the Portland area and supporting their IT needs.”
Computer Habits clients and employees will benefit greatly from the new relationship with Pact-One that brings an added geographical reach, and added technical experience working in the dental and healthcare space. Clients will continue to receive the same level of positive, knowledgeable, and trusted service they have come to expect from Computer Habits.
“Computer Habits is thrilled that merging with Pact-One will allow us to expand our service offering and provide a richer support experience for our clients. Our service team is excited to join the larger Pact-One family and reach our goal of becoming the #1 Dental IT Support provider in the Pacific Northwest,” said James Levis, CEO of Computer Habits.
Started in 2003, Pact-One Solutions, Inc (www.pact-one.com) is 100% committed to making sure dental practices have the most reliable and professional IT service with our complete technology solutions. Serving Las Vegas, San Diego, Los Angeles, and the San Francisco Bay area, our team of talented IT professionals has the expertise to solve your technology problems — once and for all.