InBuilding - Volume 2, Issue 1 - 42
The combination of NextEdge Networks and Modus has
been synergistic, and both firms remain client-focused.
mean we are going hog wild,"
Crowley notes. "We have passed on
opportunities because they didn't
make sense. We want to do the
right work with the right clients."
Modus was not necessarily looking to sell and had been interviewing companies for the past two
years to ﬁnd the right partnership.
"We said no to some big names
that we were excited to be speaking with in the beginning, but as
we got under the hood of the car
we weren't sure we liked them or
wanted to do business with them,"
Crowley notes. "We spent a long
time on this process and it was
diﬃcult. We had almost given up
and thought it wasn't meant to be
when we met NextEdge and the
rest is history."
NextEdge Networks will provide
the infrastructure experience and
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Modus brings the rest when it
comes to the execution of services.
"We like Doug Wiest, CFO
Chris Maguire, and Titan Grove
Holdings' Jeﬀrey Tannenbaum,"
"We don't work with people we
don't like and it is important to us
that our partners do business the
Moving forward, Modus plans
to continue gaining marketshare
where it makes sense. "On deck
now we are focusing on new
markets, in-building and ﬁber
deployments," he says. "We are