General Informatics Acquires Unicom Technologies

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General Informatics employees pose for a photo during a Dec. 17 holiday event in Baton Rouge. The IT managed services provider has announced its third acquisition of the year.

BATON ROUGE — From General Informatics:

General Informatics, an IT managed services provider and network infrastructure company, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Unicom Technologies, a Texas-based MSP focusing on the banking, credit union, and financial services verticals, among others.

Unicom is a managed IT provider trusted by community banks as well as credit unions, other financial institutions, and other businesses that have high levels of regulatory governance.

“We felt like the timing was perfect for us to partner with a fast-growing, well-funded technology provider like General Informatics,” said Brian Hoppe, CEO of Unicom. “We love their growth strategy and feel as if our banking expertise will serve that industry vertical incredibly well.”

By purchasing Unicom, General Informatics hopes to better serve clients in Texas as well as financial institutions nationally.  

“Unicom has a notable client-focused process and culture that we believe will integrate perfectly with our culture here at GI,” said Don Monistere, CEO and president of General Informatics. “We are excited to begin working with the Unicom team and clients as we strengthen our offerings and geographic footprint.”  

In 2020, General Informatics partnered with Rosewood Private Investments (“RPI”) to develop an aggressive growth plan that includes both organic and acquisitive growth. In the last year, General Informatics has expanded its reach to Mississippi, Alabama, the Carolinas and now Texas. The partnership with RPI has allowed General Informatics, and now Unicom, to continue to invest in the latest technology, attract top talent, and better serve the needs of customers.

This is General Informatics’ third acquisition in 2021 and second outside the state of Louisiana. General Informatics and RPI are excited about the process of continuing to build out General Informatics’ and Unicom’s presence in the southeast United States.

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