Ensono buys cloud migration firm Inframon

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IT services provider Ensono has acquired cloud transformation business Inframon to extend its reach across the US and Europe, while also enabling the firm to offer better Microsoft Azure support.

Inframon's expertise in the managed cloud space has grown considerably over the last ten years, allowing it to offer a converged managed cloud and devices service for the education, healthcare, finance and business services industries. This end-to-end service has made it an attractive company for Ensono to acquire, the company said.

“By coupling Ensono’s expertise in managing mission-critical operations and Inframon’s extensive knowledge and leadership in Azure managed service offerings, we continue to position ourselves as the best partner to help our clients optimise their IT infrastructures," Jeff VonDeylen, CEO of Ensono said.

Despite the acquisition, Ensono has reassured customers and the Inframon team that the organisational and leadership structure will remain the same and Inframon will continue to exist, although it will become known as Inframon, an Ensono company.

Sean Roberts will become general manager, Microsoft Cloud Services and Gordon McKenna will become CTO of Microsoft Cloud Services. Both will report to Ensono's Brian Klingbeil, the company's COO.

“Ensono has quickly become a leader in the Hybrid Cloud space,” said Inframon general manager Sean Roberts. “With Ensono, we saw an opportunity to become part of an organisation that truly believes in delivering solutions that meet the individual business needs of its clients – something we’ve always believed in. We are excited to join the Ensono family and look forward to delivering great service to current and future Ensono clients.”

Clare Hopping
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