Sydney-based DevOps consulting firm, Ice Systems, has rebranded and relaunched itself as Cevo. The rebrand follows the announcement of the company’s recent 50 per cent acquisition by Microsoft partner, Kloud Solutions, in February this year.
The company first launched in Sydney and has been recognised as a IT services company, offering datacentre and infrastructure solutions. In recent years, the company transformed itself into a IT consulting firm providing DevOps, infrastructure automation and software development services.
Cevo managing director, Duncan Journee, told ARN that the rebrand reflects both the evolution of the company as well as its vision for the future. He also said it was time to reenergise the brand to reflect the company it is today.
“Technology firms need to periodically step back, reassess themselves and the landscape.
“While our name is new, our company has a 12-year history of financial stability, experience and service delivery excellence. We have not strayed from our core foundation, which is based on the deep partnerships we establish with our clients,” he claimed.
In addition to the rebrand, Cevo has also opened up its first Melbourne office. According to Journee, the new office addresses the growing demand of IT consulting in Asia-Pacific.
The Sydney and Melbourne based teams will both comprise of automation experts, aiming to help larger customers build and implement continuous delivery pipelines.
Journee also indicated that the company strongly believes in open source solutions and has strategically partnered with a number of vendors to help deliver cost-effective infrastructure. It will be focusing on this strategy for the coming months.
“Our customers increasingly ask us to help them capitalise on the opportunities presented by the Cloud. Innovation and agility are critical requirements to being truly customer centric, and we are helping our clients leverage the Cloud and DevOps to rapidly deliver solutions to their customers,” he added.