With the acquisition of Capax Global, Hitachi Solutions will become one of the largest partners of Microsoft globally
Hitachi Solutions America, a core IT company of Hitachi Group, has acquired Capax Global, a leading company providing cloud and data platform solutions based on Microsoft application platform.
Hitachi Solutions now claims that it has become a Microsoft ‘Super Partner’ which can provide business applications, data, modern workplace, infrastructure artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions on Azure.
Commenting on the deal, Tom Galambos, President and COO, Hitachi Solutions America, said, “The powerful combination of Hitachi Solutions and Capax Global will allow us to reach new and unprecedented levels of innovation. We are now a one-stop shop for complete Microsoft-based solutions for end-to-end digital transformation solutions. This is a rare achievement in the Microsoft ecosystem – making us a Microsoft ‘Super Partner.”
Strengthen IoT capabilities
Jerry Hawk, CEO and Founder, Capax Global, said, “Capax Global has consistently focused on delivering innovative and lasting solutions for our customers and staying at the forefront of the most exciting technologies. We are thrilled to become a part of Hitachi Solutions to broaden our capabilities, expand our scale and accelerate our ability to deliver world-class solutions.”
Capax Global, with this acquisition, became a fully-owned subsidiary of Hitachi Solutions. Its employees and leadership will remain in place, and will be merged into Hitachi Solutions’ North American practice.
This strategic acquisition will strengthen IoT capabilities of Hitachi Solutions by combining proven technologies of Capax Global. Moreover, Capax Global will bring its mobile and onsite IoT Labs, a unique experience that enables hands-on exploration and brainstorming with data scientists and engineers to create IoT-related strategies.
With the acquisition of Capax Global, Hitachi Solutions will become one of the largest partners of Microsoft globally and would be capable of providing world-class solutions across all four workloads including modern workplace, business applications, AI and data, and applications and infrastructure on the cloud platform of Microsoft.