Press Release

Phase Integration Acquired by The Suddath Companies


JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (June 6, 2020) – On June 6, 2020, the acquisition of Phase Integration was announced by its new parent company: The Suddath Companies, a global relocation management and logistics company. 

Phase Integration’s expertise in commercial technology planning compliments Suddath’s commercial moving sector. The deal solidifies the union between three Jacksonville-based companies after Suddath acquired Perdue, North Florida’s premier Steelcase dealer, in January of 2019.  Together, these companies deliver comprehensive workplace design, furniture, and technology solutions to the North Florida marketplace. 

This union gives customers a streamlined approach to commercial technology, office furniture and design, and commercial moving solutions. Suddath’s 100-year history in relocation management, first established in 1919, opens the door to an array of premium services to support companies from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations.  

Phase Integration will continue to provide commercial technology solutions to its existing clients and will operate as part of Suddath’s national project management business to support customers with commercial technology needs across the country. Phase Integration will integrate into Suddath’s Perdue locations in Jacksonville and Tallahassee.

“As a leader in full-service commercial technology solutions, we are thrilled to have the opportunity to become part of the Suddath organization,” Jay Morris, president and founder of Phase Integration said. “We pride ourselves in the unique way that we solve technology challenges for our customers. With Perdue as a leading North Florida office furniture dealership and Suddath as America’s largest and most innovative commercial mover, we are honored to be part of the combined organization. This opportunity to bring truly integrated solutions to the marketplace is very exciting.”

Vince McCormack, president of Perdue, added, “We are elated that Phase Integration will be joining the Suddath Companies and enhancing Perdue’s architecture, furniture and technology workplace strategy. We are planning to integrate the products into our newly renovated showroom to provide our customers a great example of how their spaces can work harder and more effectively.”