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Ensono Acquires Hosted Data Services Business of Wipro
Jeff VonDeylen - March 19, 2018

Ensono took big strides forward in technology, revenue growth and hybrid capabilities in 2017, and we’re already experiencing exciting times in 2018. Last week, we announced our intent to purchase Wipro’s hosted data center services business. This acquisition takes us one step closer to our vision of helping clients harness the power of hybrid IT to transform their businesses. 

In less than three years, we’re going to double in revenue to over $550M, expand and diversify our client portfolio to over 200 clients and more than triple our associate base to 2,000. These are huge indicators of growth and something we’ve accomplished together in a short time. 

Our previous two acquisitions enhanced our managed public cloud capability, while this one is a strategic move for scale and size. We’re substantially increasing expanding our data center footprint in the U.S., U.K. and Germany and establishing operations in India.  We’ll be managing over 260,000 MIPS and 30,000 hosted servers with our largest client being at 25,000 MIPS.  These are big leaps forward and make us even more competitive than before.

We are committed to be a relentless ally to our clients, disrupting their status quo so they can be great at what they do.  This acquisition further solidifies this purpose and our vision in becoming a recognized leader in true hybrid IT across the globe and all industries. 

About the Author

Jeff has a long history of building highly successful companies by delivering solutions that enable clients to be great at what they do. Through the power of people and technology, he intends to make Ensono a recognized leader in mission-critical infrastructure that helps clients operate for today, and optimize for tomorrow. Before accepting the CEO position with Ensono, Jeff served as chief financial officer and later as president at Savvis, now part of CenturyLink. His leadership helped the enterprise grow from $200 million to $1.4 billion before the acquisition. Jeff holds a BS in Accountancy from Miami University.