Business Technology Partners announces acquisitions, new CEO

Business Technology Partners (“BTP”), a premier IT consulting company and managed IT services firm, has announced two significant acquisitions designed to strengthen its IT support services and project teams, the company said.

The two acquisitions – The Secure IT Engineering Division of Secure Technology Integration (“STIGroup”) and the Managed Services (US) Division of PTS – demonstrate BTP´s commitment to excellence and meeting the increased technology needs, pertaining to robust cybersecurity and highly skilled and responsive service, for the firm´s customers.

With this acquisition, BTP will now service over 50 clients representing a greater breadth of industries, including high-profile companies in the financial, healthcare, retail, and pharmaceutical industries. BTP will now offer a unified help desk across all enterprise project management and SMB-focused IT support resources while leveraging expertise from STI´s cybersecurity team, empowering the firm to deliver both best-of-breed IT and cybersecurity services to all of BTP, PTS, and STIGroup´s valued clients.

BTP has named Dominic Genzano as its new CEO, with BTP´s founder, Josh Aaron, remaining as President. Genzano founded STIGroup in October 2000 with the mission of implementing and managing cybersecurity programs for businesses. He will also retain his role as CEO of STIGroup, which will continue as a cybersecurity provider.

Business Technology Partners, Inc. (BTP), located in New York, NY, is a technology consulting firm that delivers tailored solutions leveraging a broad array of expertise in IT infrastructure and applications, network management, technology maintenance, telecommunications, audiovisual and security systems.

Founded in 2000, STIGroup is an innovative firm that provides CyberSecurity consulting, secure IT engineering, managed security services, and human capital solutions. STIGroup delivers the people, process and technology that enable our client´s CyberSecurity programs.