Red River Buys CWPS in Managed IT Services Portfolio Expansion Push; Rick Bolduc Quoted

Rick Bolduc

Claremont, N.H.-based information technology services contractor Red River has acquired Washington, D.C.-based tech platforms provider CWPS for an undisclosed sum to expand its managed services portfolio and geographic presence in the southeast and mid-Atlantic regions.

CWPS CEO Jason Waldrop will serve as president once Red River integrates CWPS and its more than 150 employees into its managed services organization, Red River said Friday.

“The need for managed services platforms that can scale to meet the dynamic requirements of government, military and commercial organizations is high,” said Rick Bolduc, CEO and board chairman of Red River. “With the addition of CWPS, its people, leadership team, systems and past performance, Red River is well positioned to take advantage of this growing opportunity.”

CWPS specializes in providing cloud management, security, data center, collaboration, network support and other managed IT services through Tier 1 service desk. Red River has over 20 years of experience providing tech integration support to government and commercial clients across security, analytics, mobility, cloud, collaboration, enterprise applications, networking and mobility areas.

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