TAMPA - Vology and Bayshore Technologies, have combined to create a technology solutions company with more than 200 employees that is expected to generate more than $140 million in revenues in 2013. Financial terms were not disclosed.
The new company will continue to be known as Vology, with Bayshore Technologies serving as the firm's professional services delivery division. Shevlin will continue as CEO and Peter Anderson, CEO of Bayshore Technologies, will be senior vice president of Vology.
"It's not often you have the opportunity to combine two such well-respected companies whose businesses complement each other so well," says Anderson. "We've known Barry and his team for many years, have the utmost respect for the organization they've built and are very pleased to become a part of it."
Founded by Shevlin in 2002, Vology has since grown rapidly, being named to the Inc. 500/5000 list for seven consecutive years and having tens of thousands of customers across the United States and in 85 countries, with an extensive customer base in Canada and Latin America. Bayshore Technologies, founded in 1997 by Anderson, Frank Mann and Winston DuBose, is a Citrix Platinum Partner that has received such awards as the VAR500/SP500 award, HP Americas Partner in Excellence award and Microsoft SE Partner of the Year award.
The firm provides professional services for clients' entire IT infrastructure centered on virtualization, networking, server and storage solutions. It also provides a complete Managed Services offering for the SMB market. Mann will become chief technology officer of Vology and DuBose will share responsibilities as vice president of business development with Vology's John Medaska.
"We expect to create more than 100 new, high paying jobs over the next two years, with both entities accelerating their strong growth trajectories," says Shevlin. "Through this combination, we now have an even stronger commitment to customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction and community service that has distinguished both of our firms."