GREELEY — Connecting Point has evolved several times in the roughly 35 years since Ted Warner founded the Greeley-based IT firm, morphing from computer retailer to a network integrator to managed services provider. This year, the company is going through another evolutionary stage — but this time it’s not the business strategy that’s changing but the leadership.
Ted Warner is transitioning out of the role of president and owner of the company. Stepping into his shoes are Warner’s two sons: Andy and Scott Warner.
The brothers, both in their mid-30s, each took over a 50 percent ownership stake in the firm from Ted Warner at the beginning of the year. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Scott Warner, the younger brother who has worked for Connecting Point for 11 years, now serves as president and runs the sales and marketing side of Connecting Point’s business. Andy Warner, who has been with the firm for two years as a business consultant, handles the financial and administrative aspects and will take on the chief financial officer and chief operating officer roles.