CentriLogic said the deal will allow it to buttress its service capabilities.
The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Robert Offley, the president and CEO of CentriLogic, said ManageForce’s services will allow CentriLogic to broaden its capabilities and better fulfill customer demand. The acquisition will also expand CentriLogic’s US footprint, adding new locations in Chicago, Boston, and Portland.
“As we continue to help customers with IT transformation efforts, we understand the importance of being able to deliver a full-stack solution that extends from the application through to infrastructure and ongoing management,” Offley said.
CentriLogic said the deal will allow it to buttress its application and database management service capabilities and further its strategy to deliver full-stack solutions to global customers. The entire ManageForce team will remain with the combined company and will work to further the sales and marketing of the business’ expanded portfolio of services.
Founded in 2007, CentriLogic provides cloud computing, co-location, and advanced IT outsourcing solutions. The company is based in Mississauga, Ont., and one of its more recent acquisitions include that of Advanced Knowledge Network, which was completed in 2015.
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