November 1, 2018

Platte River Networks Acquires Allen Technology Advising

David DeCamillis  /  Platte River Networks

Platte River Networks, a Denver based leading managed IT services and cloud provider, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Allen Technology Advising, a twenty year-old Denver based managed IT services provider.

"As part of our continued growth in managed IT services for business, a new alliance with Allen Technology further enhances our strong presence in the market," said Treve Suazo, CEO of Platte River Networks. "By combining forces with a long standing reputable IT firm that shares the same commitment to its customers and employees, our united companies will be in an even stronger position to continue delivering unparalleled levels of service to our customers."

The entire Allen Technology Advising technical team has accepted offers and have joined with Platte River Networks. Operating from Platte River Networks' enhanced team approach, Allen IT customers will now benefit from an increased depth of knowledge from multiple qualified professionals, increasing the speed and efficiency of every issue addressed.

"Our goal was to improve upon our ability to serve the best interests of both our clients and employees," said Ben Allen, President and Founder of Allen Technology Advising. "Merging Allen Technology Advising with Platte River Networks will bring our level of service, support and expertise to a whole new level."

Beaufort Digital Corridor member Ryan Curtis said, "Ben and I looked at the road map for ATA and Platte is exactly the company we wanted to be structurally and culturally when we had grown to their size. The ATA team has the unique opportunity to hit fast forward past all the growing pains and become apart of that company we envisioned. I will be in the position to look at our clients and determine chronic issues and then work with the engineering team on ways to fix those issues for good. I will also oversee and execute on the onboarding process of new clients. As for our future plans in and around Beaufort, nothing has changed and Platte is excited for the opportunity to serve the Lowcountry. We have been already discussing ways that Platte can help local businesses."