InfoSystems Inc. recently secured a 50 percent stake in APSU. (Photo:, StockSnap)

InfoSystems Inc., a technology solutions company, recently secured a 50 percent stake in APSU, a cloud services company.

InfoSystems President and CEO Clay Hales said in a prepared statement:

By increasing our investment, we’re taking the final step in solidifying the people, processes and one-of-a-kind technology that will drive APSU’s cloud business forward in the U.S. market. One huge benefit will come from some dual leadership roles between our teams, which will bring strong and consistent vision to both companies.


Those serving in dual leadership roles in the companies include Hales, who will also serve as president of APSU, and Scott Davis, executive vice president of InfoSystems, who will serve as CEO and chairman of the APSU board. Steve Morris will remain president of APSU, and Gerry Burke will serve as chief operating officer of APSU.

APSU sells cloud services through channel partners or other information technology companies that work directly with businesses in supporting and managing their information technology investments, either on-site or in the cloud.

InfoSystems is the exclusive channel partner for APSU in Tennessee.

“InfoSystems’ investment opened a door for APSU to grow,” Morris said in a prepared statement. “As equal partners, we see many opportunities to expand as we focus our efforts on providing even greater support for our current partners, and on adding new partners and building those new relationships.”