Edafio Technology Partners Merges With Coleman Technologies

by Arkansas Business Staff  on Monday, Jul. 7, 2014 10:05 am  

Two Arkansas-based IT companies have announced a merger.

On Monday, Edafio Technology Partners announced a merger with Coleman Technologies, an IT services company for medical clinics. The combined firm will operate under Edafio Technology Partners. The merger was effective July 1.

Keith Woodruff, president and CEO of Edafio Technology Partners, said the merger "will be extremely beneficial to our companies and, most importantly, our clients."

"Merging the two companies will mean a larger team with a wider range of engineering skills that will benefit our customers all over the state," Don Coleman, founder and CEO of Coleman Technologies, said in a news release.

With the merger, Edafio Technology Partners of North Little Rock becomes the largest provider of electronic medical records and electronic health records implementation and support services in the state.

The Coleman Technologies engineering staff has integrated into Edafio Technology for a total of 28 full-time engineers. The combined firm offers business continuity, disaster recovery and cloud/hosting solutions, on-site and remote engineering services, and a network operations center.

Edafio also recently opened a northwest Arkansas office in Rogers. The office, at 5414 Pinnacle Point Drive, will provide IT services to existing customers in the area. 

Brian Taylor, vice president of business consulting, John Grau, senior engineer, and Chris Schwilling, systems engineer, will work from the Rogers office.

 

 

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