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Updated: November 2, 2021

Portland IT firm makes 10th acquisition since 2019

side by side portrait photos of Seth Seagraves and Michelle Accardi Courtesy / Logically Shown here, Halski Systems CEO Seth Seagraves and Logically CEO Michelle Accardi. Logically's acquisition of Halski will bring the Portland-based company's number of employees to more than 500.

Portland-based IT outsourcing and consulting firm Logically will add 60 employees and expand its footprint in the southeastern United States through the acquisition of Halski Systems, an IT managed services provider.

Terms of the deal, announced Tuesday, were not disclosed. Halski Systems is based in  of Gainesville, Ga.

For Logically, the acquisition is its fifth in the last nine months and tenth since 2019. The deal also comes weeks after Michelle Accardi took the reins as company's first female CEO, succeeding Mike Cowles.

Since July 2018, Logically has been a portfolio company of the Riverside Co., a global private equity firm focused on the smaller end of the middle market. In January 2020, when Logically announced two previous acquisitions, Riverside Managing Partner Loren Schlachet spoke of Riverside's "aggressive add-on strategy for Logically."

The latest deal brings the number of employees at Logically to more than 500 and enlarges the company's footprint in the southeastern part of the country. Logically already has a presence in Raleigh, N.C., and in Tennessee. 

“At Halski, we value scalable services and straightforward results," said Halski's CEO Seth Seagraves, who will stay with the company under Logically's ownership. "That’s why we are partnering with Logically, as they share these core values essential to continued growth." 

"Our customers know we own customer challenges and provide IT, telecom and security strategy,” Seagraves said, adding that Halski's approach was a good match for Logically’s “can-do attitude." 

"We couldn’t be more excited about the journey together," he said.

Citing Halski's expertise in across industries including health care, manufacturing, construction and automotive, Accardi said, "Bringing Halski onboard will take our customer service and retention, as well as our offerings of edge-to-endpoint services to the next level.”

Logically has more than 1,800 customers across North America, while Halski says it serves customers with a a comprehensive suite of services across more than 5,300 managed endpoints.

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