Cloudreach extends US presence and eyes further European growth

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Cloudreach has announced it's launched a Dallas office, adding to its operations spanning the UK, France, Germany, Canada and elsewhere in the US.

The company explained the decision to open the office shows its commitment to the supporting increased demand for cloud services across the US market.

Cloudreach's Dallas office will cement the company's presence in the region, helping to build stronger relationships with customers across North America, specifically in the South of the country.

“We have been eyeing Dallas as our next office to open in the US for some time," said Pontus Noren, CEO and co-founder of Cloudreach.

"Texas and the southern central region of the US offers tremendous opportunity and we look forward to enabling ever more enterprises to innovate using the cloud."

The opportunity to develop Cloudreach's capabilities, was one of the reasons it was an attractive acquisition proposition for Blackstone which bought the company earlier this year. The investment firm injected an undisclosed sum of money in the company, which will also go towards developing its products and automating many of its services.

“Customer demand continues to accelerate for Cloudreach’s services and Blackstone is excited to invest in this growth," said David Johnson, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Cloudreach and Senior Advisor to Blackstone. "The opening of this new office further cements the company’s position as a global leader in cloud technology.”

Blackstone and Cloudreach will now work together to open more offices across the US and other high-growth territories in the US, Canada and Europe.

Clare Hopping
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