Pacific Controls acquires 33% equity stake in Inframon

UAE company aims to strength its IoT expertise
Pacific Controls acquires 33% equity stake in Infr

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Pacific Control has completed the acquisition of 33.33% equity stake in Inframon Limited, a UK-based IT cloud transformation company.

The company stated that Inframon is well-known for its expertise in helping transition of large organisations to cloud technologies.

Dilip Rahulan, executive chairman at Pacific Controls, said: “Pacific Controls has been in the forefront of providing end-to-end solutions for delivery of IoT services to both Government and private sector. Our association with Microsoft in this space has set new industry benchmark for providing their highly customised, robust and scalable cloud-based solutions for enterprises. Our association with Inframon will help in further strengthening our expertise.”

“Over the last decade, Inframon has demonstrated their strength in creating a flexible engagement model that helps enterprises speed to market and increase their capability and capacity. Their success can be gauged by their list of clients – some of them being the biggest names in their respective industries. I am hopeful that with Pacific Controls’ expertise and global reach, more enterprises would be able to take advantage of Inframon’s business model,” he added.

Sean Roberts, managing director of Inframon, said: “This is a game-changing announcement that we are making today. We have been well-poised to grow the business globally. The relationship with Pacific Controls will provide Inframon with access to expertise and other resources that will also help to underpin the accelerated growth plans.”

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