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7 Things To Know About New National MSP Integris

C.J. Fairfield

‘The SMB market is mostly served by small MSPs,’ says Integris board member Mike Jenner. ‘I think that well organized, scaled national providers can provide a better experience for clients than the small mom and pops can.’

Four MSPs have joined forces to form Integris, a premium national MSP, to capture more of the SMB market with a large focus on cybersecurity. The name Integris is formed from the term “integrity” as it underpins the new MSP’s values as well as the four that have come together, according to the company.

The MSPs that form Integris are Domain Technology Partners, Compudyne, ProviDyn and MyITpros. All four companies specialize in IT, cybersecurity, cloud and network services of professional services firms in New Jersey, Maryland, Minnesota, Michigan, Colorado, Georgia and Texas.

The company, which will have about 400 employees by the end of the year, will be led by Rashaad Bajwa, CEO of Domain (pictured above). Arlin Sorensen, industry veteran and vice president of brand and ecosystem evangelism for ConnectWise, is joining the board of directors. Mike Jenner, CEO of Controlcase –which was acquired by Domain last year, has also joined the board of directors. Financial terms of the acquisitions were not disclosed.

CRN spoke with Bajwa, Sorensen and Jenner about what makes Integris unique and how they plan to capture the market in 2022. Here are seven things to know about the new MSP.


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CJ Fairfield

CJ Fairfield is an associate editor at CRN covering solution providers, MSPs and distributors. Prior to joining CRN, she worked at daily newspapers, including The Press of Atlantic City in New Jersey and The Frederick News-Post in Maryland. She can be reached at

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