Cloud services provider Calligo has purchased AMS Systems PSF - a Luxembourg-based IT Services business that provides managed services and cloud infrastructure to the financial services sector.
The firm will be integrated into Calligo, but will continue to operate from its existing location with no change of personnel.
“We’re thrilled to have found the right partner in AMS Systems PSF during this exciting period of growth for our business. Establishing a presence in Luxembourg is a strategic extension of our service offering, which includes expansion into locations where our existing multi-jurisdictional clients already operate businesses,” said Julian Box (pictured), Chief Executive Officer of Calligo.
“I’m confident that AMS Systems’ proven track record, complementary technology services and excellent reputation will support Calligo’s expansion into Luxembourg. This acquisition gives us a fantastic team, respected clients and unlocks the Luxembourg market. We’re also excited to announce that we will be the first Cloud Service Provider to host Azure Stack in Luxembourg.
"With the backing of our investor Investcorp Technology Partners, we are actively looking to execute further strategic add-on acquisitions over the coming months as we continue to expand our global footprint.”
Mark Gillies, AMS Systems Founder added: “We are very excited about this agreement with such a respected and dynamic business as Calligo because it brings together two highly entrepreneurial organisations, providing us with a unique opportunity to expand our services while sharing in the success of Calligo’s expanding international cloud network.”
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