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SoftwareONE is acquiring AWS partner RightCloud

SoftwareONE is acquiring AWS partner RightCloudSwitzerland-based company SoftwareONE that provides consultative services on trends, software licensing and procurement, and compliance mitigation strategies for software publisher audits is acquiring cloud technology startup RightCloud. The details of the deal were not disclosed.

With this acquisition, RightCloud founders Prashant Gyan, Mohit Sharma, Jonathan Limbo and Iannis Hanen will lead the combined cloud services business in Asia-Pacific for SoftwareONE.

As a AWS partner, RightCloud work with enterprises and mid-market companies for managing and optimizing their cloud environment. The company offers advanced end-to-end services for public cloud, including cloud consulting, implementation and managed service in the areas of security, big data analytics, multi-cloud optimization, and connectivity.

This acquisition will help Swiss firm in its expansion into Asia market. SoftwareONE extensively works with users of AWS, Azure, among others. “Through the acquisition, we will strengthen and expand our managed infrastructure capabilities by deepening our existing AWS offering,” said Alex Alexandrov, COO and responsible for M&A and Strategy of SoftwareONE.

“In addition to our position as one of the largest Azure partners and advisors, SoftwareONE can further leverage its cloud offerings to deliver a deeper portfolio of multi-cloud solutions to our global customer base. This acquisition accelerates our hyper scale cloud efforts and will allow us to provide more trusted advisors and the proactive management that customers expect,” said Alexandrov.

“With SoftwareONE we will accelerate our growth story to be the number one born-in-the-cloud services provider. We will continue to deliver the customer cloud journey utilizing our proven and successful cloud adoption framework,” said Prashant Gyan, CEO of RightCloud.

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