Hitachi Vantara Acquires REAN Cloud to Accelerate Customer's Digital Transformation Journey
CEO Insights Team
Speaking on the acquisition, Brian Householder, CEO, Hitachi Vantara, says, “In the last year, we have expanded our investment in agile and flexible infrastructure as an engine for driving our customers’ digital transformations. This acquisition underscores our commitment to meeting the ever-changing needs of the digital enterprise, as well as pioneering offerings that set the standard for excellence within intelligent analytics.”
With this acquisition, REAN Cloud’s expertise and intelligent data governance along with its robust global delivery ecosystem will let Hitachi Vantara meet the growing infrastructure and analytics-based needs of its customers.
We are thrilled to welcome REAN Cloud into our Global Services organization. Adding REAN Cloud to our portfolio strengthens the value we bring to transformation projects through advanced multicloud and analytics capabilities
“We are thrilled to welcome REAN Cloud into our Global Services organization. Adding REAN Cloud to our portfolio strengthens the value we bring to transformation projects through advanced multicloud and analytics capabilities, and also extends our fully managed offerings targeting deep domain use cases”, adds, Bobby Soni, Chief Solutions and Services Officer, Hitachi Vantara.
Headquartered at Herndon, REAN Cloud is a global cloud systems integrator & managed service provider (MSP) and a Microsoft Azure Silver Partner. It offers managed services and solutions for hyperscale-integrated IaaS and PaaS providers, and is one of the systems integrators that can support the entire cloud services life cycle. REAN Cloud also specializes in helping enterprise customers that operate in highly regulated environments – Financial, Healthcare/Life Sciences, Education and the Public Sector accelerating the cloud investments while extracting maximum value.
Also, Gartner reports that most of their clients face challenges adopting cloud services while maintaining existing IT responsibilities for on-premises infrastructure and private clouds. In order to overcome this challenge, IT department must evolve into a broker of IT-based services by blending traditional services with both public and private cloud services.
Founded in 2017, Hitachi Vantara combine technology intellectual property and industry knowledge to deliver data-managing solutions that help enterprises improve their customers' experiences, develop new revenue streams, and lower the costs of business. As a subsidiary of Hitachi, it helps data-driven leaders find and use the value in their data to innovate intelligently and reach outcomes that matter for business and society. Hitachi Vantara raises innovation advantage by combining deep information technology (IT), operational technology (OT) and domain expertise.