ASX-listed Cloud services provider, Bulletproof (ASX:BPF), has launched its new Professional Services unit into the market.
The new unit, which will be led by Bjorn Schliebitz, will provide its channel partners and clients with a range of consulting capabilities including Agile and DevOps enablement, Cloud infrastructure and automation, strategy and innovation, experience and marketplace, integration and API.
In a statement, Bulletproof said it was the first specialist provider in the Australian market to offer a complete suite of end-to-end Cloud services from the initial strategy through to consultation and design, deployment and support of the final hybrid or public Cloud.
Bulletproof co-founder and CEO, Anthony Woodward, said the Professional Services offering formed part of the company’s overarching strategy to help companies take advantage of the evolution in computing.
“We’ve worked closely with our customers to deploy and support their Cloud strategies, leveraging our expertise in this space, but we wanted to engage with them earlier in their journey to ensure they were making the right decisions to take full advantage of the Cloud,” Woodward said.
Bulletproof paid $800,000 cash to Pantha Corp, from existing cash reserves of around $5 million back in December.
The acquisition brings approximately $4 million of annualised existing revenues to the company, with $400,000 of current run-rate EBITDA.
Schliebitz, who co-founded Pantha Corp, will manage a team of more than 30 consultants within the Professional Services unit.
"While we made the acquisition back in December, we're now in a position where the professional services capability is fully integrated into the business," Woodward said.Read more: Commulynx becomes Sophos platinum partner