Datatec Australian subsidiary acquires Microsoft partner

Datatec, the international Information and Communications Technology (ICT) company, announces that its Australian subsidiary, Thomas Duryea Logicalis, has acquired Computer Network Integration (CNI), a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner based in Melbourne.

CNI has been a focussed Microsoft Azure partner since 2012 and is known for its technical expertise, flexibility in delivery and strong customer partnerships. Its annual revenues are approximately $2 million.

The acquisition of CNI with its extensive Azure experience, unique IP and highly prized Microsoft Tier 1 CSP certification will enable Logicalis to compete more effectively in the rapid build and deployment of Azure-based hybrid cloud applications, the group said.

Jens Montanana, Datatec’s chief executive officer, said: “The acquisition of CNI brings Logicalis a full suite of leading Microsoft cloud service capabilities, significantly strengthening our position in this growing market segment and enabling us to deliver a broader scope of services to new and existing customers.”


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Datatec Australian subsidiary acquires Microsoft partner