Think I.T. acquires IT Force

On April 2nd 2013, Think I.T. acquired the Highland Park and Devonport branches of IT Force.

Michael Inglis (Highland Park Owner) and Ryan Thatcher (Devonport Owner) have been jointly working on a new Primary Health software program called ‘ConnectMed’. “The time has come for us to focus our energy into the new venture,” said Michael. “Trying to develop both ConnectMed and IT Force was not sustainable, so we decided to sell IT Force.

“Many of our clients have been with IT Force for years and have become more than just customers,” says Michael. “We needed to ensure that they would continue to get good service. Think I.T. was the obvious choice because we already knew they had a good reputation in the industry.”

“When Michael approached me, I felt confident that we could put something together,” said Kerry Wilson, Operations Manager at Think I.T. “Michael and Ryan have a very similar business philosophy to ours, so I knew IT Force would be a good fit.”

Two IT Force employees have joined Think I.T. “Having Eric Guo, System Engineer and Wilson Wu, Remote Support Technician come over with the clients is a great advantage,” added Kerry. “Their site knowledge will enable us to maintain consistency in the support we provide to our clients.”

The IT Force acquisition continues the growth of Think I.T. following the purchase of Notable IT in February 2011.


"Think I.T. have looked after our computing needs since the year 2000. Solutions have been recommended and implemented to match our changing needs. We are supported with efficiency and a high level of expertise, allowing us to focus on our business backed up by solid and reliable technology."

Ben Seymour
Allpress Espresso
30-50 users, Think I.T. client since 2000

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