Canon Business Services acquires Satalyst for capability boost

Todd Elliott (Satalyst)

Todd Elliott (Satalyst)

Credit history: Canon Enterprise Services

Canon Organization Providers ANZ (CBS) has acquired Microsoft lover Satalyst to raise its software, safety, details and synthetic intelligence (AI) capabilities.

CBS, which was shaped in August 2019 following Harbour IT and Converga arrived together beneath the Canon Organization Services Unit of Canon Oceania, reported the acquisition was not only complementary to its current portfolio but was also established to aid its buyers in the regional region.

In the meantime, the Western Australia-dependent Satalyst, which providers clients mostly in Queensland and South Australia as nicely as in its household point out, is anticipated to speedy keep track of its very own growth designs to the east of the place.

“Satalyst is an excellent strategic and specialized healthy that broadens our abilities and supports our determination to area innovation, corporations and solutions,” reported CBS CEO Luke Clark.

“The organization shares our values, is aligned with our purchaser portfolio and has loved considerable expansion all through the earlier two yrs. We’re thrilled to have them be part of the CBS family members, rising our software, data and AI functionality when deepening our protection featuring.”