IT facilitator NexusTek has acquired the managed cloud, hosting and infrastructure business units of Orange County-based company Zumasys. By acquiring these units, NexusTek seeks to allow small-medium businesses to migrate, manage, deploy and scale businesses-critical workloads in the cloud.
According to NexusTek, small-medium businesses have realized that deploying workloads on the cloud will allow them to reduce the time-to-market for business-critical applications. They say that in addition to securing applications and workloads on the cloud, SMBs can scale without migrating to different hosting environments.
By acquiring the managed cloud, hosting and infrastructure units of Zumasys, NexusTek say that they will not only cater to the needs of SMBs but also expand their presence in the western U.S. region. They claim that this acquisition will help them position NexusTek as a holistic provider of cloud hosting services.
Speaking about this acquisition, Mike Jenner, CEO at NexusTek, commented:
Businesses need to embrace the almost unlimited potential for technology to serve as a strategic asset and not a cost center.
Zumasys’ success reflects their shared belief in this philosophy and unique understanding of what it takes to help customers align corporate goals with technology. We are confident this transaction is a significant step forward in our mission to the be the nation’s most complete service provider.
NexusTek, an IT firm backed by Abry Partners, say that this acquisition is their fifth M&A deal in the last four years. In closing, NexusTek added that the teams from Zumasys’ business units will be joining them very soon.