Logicalis Asia acquires iZeno

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Logicalis Asia, an international IT solutions and managed services provider, has acquired a majority stake in iZeno, a company specialising in digital transformation, application modernisation, DevOps, customer experience and hybrid cloud solutions.

Headquartered in Singapore with additional operations in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand, iZeno with its team of 85+ in-house staff has delivered over 500 enterprise solutions for 300 clients spanning finance, manufacturing, banking, gaming, healthcare, telecom and retail industries.

Logicalis Asia CEO, Lee Chong-Win commented, “There is strong alignment between Logicalis and iZeno, in terms of vision, opportunities for joint value creation and mutual focus on customer-centricity. Our customers are prioritising their digital transformation agendas. The skills and innovation that iZeno brings to the group strengthen our core value proposition as we fulfil our mission of helping customers unlock value through digital transformation.”

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iZeno specialises in application modernisation, DevOps, ITSM, hybrid cloud, CRM, data analytics, and other leading technologies within IT frameworks. This, combined with iZeno’s partnerships with Red Hat, Atlassian, several public cloud hyperscalers and over a dozen other partners will accelerate Logicalis’ vision to be a “leader in digital transformation” and expands its solutions and services for customers around the globe, according to an iZeno press release. The acquisition also reinforces Logicalis’ efforts to continually invest in growing its business with key partners like Cisco and Microsoft.

Logicalis is an international solutions provider of digital services with 10,000 customers around the world and 6,500 employees. The Logicalis Group has annualised revenues of $1.7 billion, from operations in Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and Africa. It is a division of Datatec Limited, listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, with revenues of over $4.3 billion.

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