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Solution Provider Onepath Rebrands As ‘1Path’

The MSP and strategic services provider pledges to donate 1 percent of its Q4 hardware sales to non-profit organizations that support children and schools.

The solution provider previously known as Onepath is completing a one-year rebranding effort and is now known as “1Path,” bringing the company’s name in sync with its “” URL.

1Path, No. 152 on the CRN Solution Provider 500, is also pledging to donate 1 percent of its hardware revenue in the fourth quarter to a number of non-profit organizations that support children and schools in underserved, underfunded communities.

“We’ve experienced so much growth over the last five years, we felt this was the right time to do this,” said Luca Jacobellis (pictured), president of the solution provider’s fast-growing managed services division, in an interview with CRN.

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Jacobellis said 1Path wanted to eliminate potential confusion in the marketplace. There are other companies with the “Onepath” name and the company has always had the “1path” URL.

1Path provides hardware and software systems and managed and professional IT services to customers with its MSP operations the core of the business. The company focuses on small and mid-size businesses with 1000 or fewer employees.

“We work with hundreds of businesses where we are a part of their IT department or their entire IT department,” Jacobellis said. “The services we offer are pretty comprehensive.”

The Atlanta-based company, founded in 2006, has operations along the East Coast with a particularly large presence in the Boston area with what the company describes as its second headquarters in North Andover, Mass., following the company’s 2017 acquisition of Internet & Telephone.

1Path’s product and managed service offerings encompass system design and installation, collaboration and unified communications, cybersecurity, data management, analytics, application management, and website design and support. The company is also developing new solutions around artificial intelligence and machine learning, workflow automation, and low-code/no-code software development.

1Pathworks is a gold partner with both Microsoft and Cisco Systems, partners with all major cloud platform providers and SolarWinds, and works with a number of other hardware and software vendors including Citrix Systems, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, VMware and Veeam.

1Path has always been active in the communities where it operates, including providing support for Toys for Tots, HeroBox, Habitat for Humanity, Helping Hands Atlanta and A Child’s Place through its own charitable organization. Starting Oct. 1, the company is taking that commitment to the next level with the pledge to donate 1 percent of the company’s hardware sales in the fourth calendar quarter to non-profit organizations that support children and schools in underserved, underfunded communities across the U.S.

“We strongly believe in our core values and taking care of people in this trying time,” Jacobellis said in the interview. “We felt that this is a great time to double-down on those efforts and lean into the communities we serve.”

“With the support of our amazing people and partners, we’ve earned awards, completed mergers and acquisitions, served thousands of wonderful clients, and grown to become one of the leading small business-focused technology providers in the US. But at the end of the day, what matters most is how we treat each other, which is why this rebrand is really about reinforcing our core values: accountability, integrity, excellence and teamwork,” said 1Path CEO James Hwang, in a statement.

“These are challenging times, and many of our clients are adapting in some way, shape or form. We want to remind them that we are here to help, whether it’s with a business/technology issue or something else. When we remember that we’re all part of one big community, there’s no problem we can’t solve or a goal we can’t achieve,” he said.

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