Salute Mission Critical acquires service provider Iconicx

Salute Mission Critical has announced the acquisition of Iconicx Critical Solutions, a deal which shortly follows Salute’s acquisition of AMS Helix

Salute Mission Critical has announced a further acquisition, adding to its rapidly growing portfolio. 

Its acquisition of the American data centre consulting company Iconicx Critical Solutions shortly follows that of the UK-based company AMS Helix.

Salute Mission Critical is a service provider, working to give military veterans employment in the data centre sector. 

The details of the data centre acquisition

Iconix provides data centres and other mission critical environments with a range of consultancy services, including commissioning and testing. 

“Iconicx takes great pride in our work. We value innovation, adaptability, integrity, and commitment to quality – core values that we share with Salute. We are excited about what this combination will mean not only for our customers, but also for our employees, as this partnership will bring expanded opportunities to our team,” commented Stefanie Crichton, the Co-Founder of Iconicx. 

“As both companies approach their 10-year anniversaries, we are excited to enter this next chapter of growth together. Joining forces with Salute will help Iconicx continue to scale its operations and teams, particularly as we look toward international expansion. We’re thrilled to partner with Jason and the Salute team,” added Iconicx’s other Co-Founder, Christopher Benson.

The terms of the deal have not been disclosed, but Salute did say that this latest acquisition will enable the company to expand its commissioning capabilities, while also helping its customers to develop more sophisticated risk management initiatives. 

“I am thrilled to bring our two companies together. Salute’s holistic approach to critical facility management offers a breadth of on-site functions to ensure optimal staffing, efficiency, and best-in-class service. The ability to partner with a leading QA/QC firm will elevate Salute’s operational capabilities. In addition, our shared approach of enabling technology to reduce costs and risks for our clients will drive even greater value to the industry and our clients,” commented Jason Okroy, CEO of Salute Mission Critical.


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