N2grate has become BlueAlly

The combination of BlueAlly and n2grate expands access to federal clients who in turn can now benefit from a comprehensive suite of managed and professional services offerings.

According to George Barkley, CEO of BlueAlly, “the acquisition of n2grate provides strategic diversification to BlueAlly’s core business while accelerating our maturation as a preferred national solution provider. Several of our core vendor alliances are immediately strengthened, ultimately helping us serve our clients more comprehensively. We are excited to welcome a team of focused professionals with deep understanding of the federal space, and I have great confidence in the success of our combined efforts”.

“The breadth and depth of BlueAlly’s technical capabilities will build on our ability to support our clients’ complex operations and, together, we will now be able to offer cloud, infrastructure, security, professional and managed services solutions to our market segment,” concluded Halligan.

The two companies will work immediately to integrate their teams and operations.

Our two cultures are a great fit, and there is immediate opportunity to align BlueAlly resources to our primary US Federal Government client base,

Steve Halligan, CEO of n2grate


Why has n2grate been acquired by BlueAlly? 

As a single, unified team, we will be expanding our services and brand partnerships, reaching an even wider range of companies and governmental entities across the United States and beyond. We will also offer additional value to our clients through our deeper brand partner relationships.

How many companies have been combined?

The n2Grate team joins the people of BlueAlly, Virtual Graffiti, and NetCraftsmen under the BlueAlly brand. 

What happens to n2grate now?

n2grate will begin the process of inclusion into the BlueAlly group, with the goal of achieving a single aligned company under the BlueAlly brand. Clients of n2grate will continue to be serviced by their current teams, and any future changes will be communicated timeously.

Will any n2grate contact information change?

All contact information for n2grate remains the same and we will continue to operate the n2grate website, email domain, and phone system for the foreseeable future.

I have more questions…

Please contact our CMO, Jonathan Berger, with any questions you may have, and he will be happy to answer them.

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