Managed services provider Green House Data
has acquired consulting services provider Deliveron. Green House Data has headquarters in Cheyenne, Wyoming, United States alongside a presence in Denver, Colorado and Seattle, Washington, United States. Established in 2007, the company helps customers in a variety of ways including moving to Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) environments and executing hybrid initiatives. Green House Data specializes in a broad range of cloud and managed hosting options that include colocation, dedicated servers, disaster recovery, and a managed Microsoft Azure solution. Its acquisition of Deliveron enhances its DevOps, cloud migration and app development capabilities.
Deliveron, which has headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska, United States, was established in 2006. The company helps its customers “create software solutions with confidence” and leverages Microsoft solutions to deliver the “business-driven solutions” that are determined by their consulting services. Deliveron has “deep expertise in core Microsoft technologies” and DevOps best practices. Post acquisition Green House Data is in a better position to address cloud-based architectures (particularly those leveraging Azure) and provide DevOps and consulting services. Financial aspects of the deal were not released.
“The digital transformation journey for many enterprises has not only become more complex but also the pace of required innovation to stay competitive has quickened,” explained Shawn Mills, the CEO of Green House Data. “Offering DevOps practices and development capabilities alongside cloud ecosystem and infrastructure management is key to helping organizations develop to scale, and adding Deliveron’s team and capabilities further cements our ability to help enterprise and midmarket organizations overcome truly diverse IT challenges.”
“We believe that our delivery model, which provides customers a high performing Agile team as a service, can now grow and scale to help empower more customers to successfully deliver on their digital transformation journey,” added John Weland, Deliveron’s co-founder. “This will be one of many differentiating capabilities that we can offer as a combined organization that will drive meaningful change with our customers and their teams.”Do you know of any other companies involved in acquisitions? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.