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SADA Systems Sells Microsoft Business Unit to Core BTS
SADA Systems, a pioneering cloud-focused solution provider is perhaps best known as a Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and G Suite partner. SADA has sold its Microsoft business unit, to Core BTS so it can focus efforts on expanding its Google one. The core was acquired by Tailwind Capital —in August 2018— a middle market private equity enterprise concentrated on investments in targeted sectors within healthcare, business services, and industrial services.
SADA’s Microsoft practice has a promising track record in enterprise consulting, cloud platform migration, application development, managed services, user adoption, and change management.
SADA Systems CEO Tony Safoian added," We’re proud of the tremendous growth we’ve experienced, the exceptional team we’ve built, and the industry-leading brands with whom we have worked. We’re confident our customers are in excellent hands with Core, where they will continue to receive the same level of service delivery and support from the team they know and love."
The core has layered its significant capabilities to address its customers increasing demand for Azure and Office 365 cloud solutions with the addition of SADA's Microsoft team.
Walter Cook, CEO at Core BTS said, " This acquisition strengthens our strategic partnership with Microsoft and expands our relationships with many tremendous clients. “Our talented team will continue to offer our clients the industry-leading services and solutions that help them advance their businesses through technology. I am excited to welcome the employees to the Core family."
The core has established IT services, and cloud solutions focused on Network, Data Center, Collaboration and Security. The acquisition of the SADA’s Microsoft business unit greatly expands these capabilities, strengthening Core’s professional and managed services, as well as end-user adoption for the broader Microsoft solution set. The core has employed a team of IT consultants and engineers that deliver design, implementation, and ongoing support services and has over 1,200 active customers across diverse industries, including healthcare, education, financial services, gaming, and manufacturing.