Jasper-based Matrix aligns expertise with infotex
The strategic alignment was announced June 21.
Matrix, which specializes in infrastructure, and infotex, which specializes in IT risk management for financial services, are joining staff and expertise to create a holistic approach to help the financial industry defend against ever-evolving cyber threats.
“Working together, we can provide financial institutions with an end-to-end security solution,” said Dan Hadaway, managing partner of infotex. “Matrix will design and implement, and infotex will test and monitor. This addresses segregation in a manner that ensures the financial institution wins with two providers that can work well together.”
Matrix is a $50 million annual revenue private company that helps more than 1,000 clients in over a dozen industries with a wide range of services, including IT infrastructures and network security.
infotex is a preferred service provider of the Indiana Bankers’ Association and has helped hundreds of financial institutions shore up their security and better monitor their risks.
Nathan Stallings, president of Matrix, is looking forward to creating robust and effective custom solutions for banks.
“The sophistication of data crimes — particularly for financial institutions — are advancing at a rapid pace,” said Stallings. “infotex has been working in the banking industry for years. Together with our advanced enterprise-level infrastructure knowledge and infotex’s experience monitoring and rescuing compromised banking technology systems, we can create a secure IT environment that can detect even the most hard-to-discover threats and shut them down much more quickly.”
Matrix and infotex will begin working together immediately.
For more information or to speak with someone about how to work with the newly-formed strategic alliance, visit www.matrixintegration.com or call 317-288-9349.
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