London, UK, April 2013 – CloudSense, the leading cloud integrator and Salesforce Platinum Partner today announced the acquisition of Impactive ltd.
Impactive is a leading IT consultancy in the Financial Services & Telecoms markets with expertise in delivering business transformation to services & operations. Impactive ltd will remain as a legal entity, but is now a wholly owned subsidiary of CloudSense and will work under the CloudSense brand.
Impactive brings to CloudSense a team of experienced professionals who have consistently delivered project success for the largest organisations, optimising their cost and delivery timescales. Impactive will bring this experience to CloudSense customers along with additional industry knowledge and existing customers.
With a head office in the UK and a presence in mainland Europe, CloudSense has quickly established itself as a major player in the cloud computing space. The company is one of only a handful of UK Salesforce Platinum Partners and counts O2, the BBC, News International, Johnston Press and Vodafone as customers.
Richard Britton, CEO and co-founder of CloudSense commented: “We are excited to welcome Impactive to the CloudSense team. We have experienced rapid growth since we started the company in terms of revenue and people and are pleased to bring Impactive on board to help continue that momentum. Both companies share a common vision of how we can help our clients put customers at the heart of their business. From the very beginning our focus has always been on having the best talent and Impactive has the high calibre individuals that will help develop our business and deliver transformation through the cloud for our customers.”
Ian Chick, Director and co-founder of Impactive, comments: “It is an exciting time to join CloudSense, with the company right at the very forefront of the cloud revolution we see sweeping the market leading companies we work for. Our companies provide complementary services, which combined will see us able to serve clients more efficiently and productively.”