Ensono has written a cheque for cloud management outfit Inframon as part of its cunning plan to expand its Microsoft Azure services in the US and Europe.
Inframon has been expanding in the managed cloud space over the last decade and now offers a converged managed cloud and devices service for the education, healthcare, finance and business services industries. This end-to-end service has made it a suitable target for Ensono.
Jeff VonDeylen, CEO of Ensono said that the organisational and leadership structure would 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, the US outfit which bought Attenda last September, has grabbed another UK managed services provider – Inframon.
Reading-based Inframon is an Azure-based operation which specialises in moving large Microsoft-centric organisations to the cloud.
Ensono bought Attenda nine months ago which is a UK managed services and cloud services provider specialising in business-critical applications. It said that Inframon would bolster its AWS and Azure prowess.
Ensono CEO Jeff VonDeylen said that the investment further strengthens our managed cloud offerings.
“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.”
Inframon will keep its name, and Inframon’s Sean Roberts will assume the role of general manager, Microsoft Cloud Services, with Gordon McKenna becoming CTO, Microsoft Cloud Services, reporting into Brian Klingbeil, Ensono’s COO, Ensono said.