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Press Release: OpsLogix Acquires Approved Consulting

by OpsLogix, on 19-Aug-2019 13:21:40

OpsLogix acquires Approved Consulting to expand its business with professional and managed services for IT-operations. Together we strive towards our new vision “Never down, always optimized, completely autonomous".

OpsLogix has acquired Approved Consulting, a recognized expert of professional and managed services in monitoring, automation and analytics for IT-operations. Providing edge competence for the Microsoft stack, both on-premises as well as in the cloud, OpsLogix and Approved will jointly expand their capabilities to support customers with a combined product and service portfolio to secure mission critical IT.

Vincent de Vries, founder and CEO of OpsLogix on the acquisition of Approved Consulting: “We will focus on strengthening our expertise and experience in current technologies to better cater our customers. Both Approved and OpsLogix have a strong history in implementing and developing solutions for Microsoft monitoring products. The next step is to create and implement solutions which truly allow for self-healing IT environments. Together we will be best positioned to support our customers on that journey in the future."

Approved, with HQ in Gothenburg - Sweden, is a well-known company for organizations working with Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) in Northern Europe and has long-term relationship with close to a 100 recognized and respected organizations. Approved offers managed services that help IT departments towards an autonomous data-center.

“We have worked with OpsLogix and their products as an integrator for over 4 years and I am certain that together we can meet our client’s future demands even better than before. Expanding our managed services concept in Europe will also benefit more organizations that are struggling with efficient IT-operations”, comments Jonas Lenntun, CEO of Approved Consulting.

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