London-based Cloudreach is set to acquire Relus Cloud, a US born-in-the-cloud consulting services company.
AWS and Azure partner Cloudreach is acquiring the US company in order to boost its data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities.
Founded in 2013, Relus Cloud uses data and analytics to focus on AWS adoption, migration and enablement.
The purchase will bring the UK cloud service provider's global headcount to more than 700 across Europe and North America.
Aaron Painter, Cloudreach's newly appointed CEO, said: "Cloudreach and Relus Cloud share a similar culture and a strong sense of purpose.
"Together, we have a significant community of cloud-native talent, proven solutions, and industry experience across North America and Europe."
The purchase of Relus Cloud is Cloudreach's third since investment firm Blackstone bought a majority stake in the company last year.
After the acquisition is formalised, Cloudreach plans to use its newest addition to scale "at a level that smaller boutique cloud consulting organisations cannot reach."
The UK cloud services provider also plans to incorporate the US company's expertise in data analytics, AI and machine learning into its own offerings.
Mark Metz, CEO of Relus Cloud, said the company evolved based on feedback from customers and employees.
"We built a values-based culture hyper-focused on the customer, delivering AWS solutions to help them in their journey to the cloud," he said.
"On joining forces with Cloudreach, our combined leadership teams, North American coverage and highly skilled employee base will continue to provide enterprises with cloud-native expertise, innovation and guidance navigating their cloud journeys."
Financial details of the deal will not be disclosed.
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