Spectrotel Completes Purchase of Matrix; Accelerates Opportunity in Managed Services Market

Spectrotel, Inc., a next-generation aggregator and integrated communication services provider, has completed the purchase of managed services assets from Matrix, a provider of customized managed IT services solutions. As a result of the agreement, Matrix president and founder, Neely Loring (pictured), will join the Spectrotel team as VP-Managed Services.

With more than 20 years of experience, Loring has demonstrated success in channel development and growth, and brings a wealth of industry knowledge and B2B services expertise. In this role, he will focus on providing channel partners with the support they need to leverage Spectrotel’s suite of managed services solutions for their business customers.

Fueled by this asset acquisition, Spectrotel also announced the addition of mobile device management (MDM) to its extensive portfolio of managed services offerings, aligning with its 2021 roadmap and strategic vision to expand its portfolio to respond to the challenges of today’s IT decision makers.

The managed mobility service market is forecasted to grow more than 31 percent from 2021 to 2026 as companies increase their investments in BYOD and mobile technology to enhance efficiency, increase productivity, and mitigate costs. With the addition of Matrix’s resources, experience, and customer connections,

Spectrotel will support several of Matrix’s key national accounts, advancing the company’s strategic plan to grow its presence in the enterprise space. Spectrotel also assumes management of Matrix’s South Carolina service and operations center, and 22 Matrix employees will join the Spectrotel team, further enhancing the company’s ability to service and support its new clients and service offerings.

As the Next Generation Aggregator, Spectrotel is uniquely positioned to address the IT challenges of today and tomorrow. Leveraging their expansive relationships with best-in-class technology providers, with their thorough approach to understanding customer-specific organizational requirements,