Netrix, award-winning provider of cybersecurity and end-to-end IT services, has acquired Edrans, a solutions provider focused on harnessing the power of the cloud for midsize enterprise clients. The acquisition brings substantial scale to Netrix’s cloud solutions portfolio and adds advanced technical capabilities to better serve the company’s growing global customer base. Joining Netrix’s international team based in the United States, India, Bulgaria, and the Philippines, Edrans’ accredited consultants and developers serve customers from near- and off-shore delivery centers in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Barcelona, Spain, with additional personnel in the United States, Mexico, and Uruguay. The financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
“The cloud is a foundational component of digital transformation. Sophisticated cloud capabilities and a global delivery model are critical to Netrix’s strategy of supporting clients as they seek to transform and optimize their businesses and leave behind siloed, inflexible, and expensive IT infrastructure,” said Russell P. Reeder, CEO of Netrix. “The acquisition of Edrans is a continuation of our strategy to bolster our core pillars of security, cloud, and IT solutions while also expanding our team of highly talented personnel across the globe. We are thrilled to welcome our new team members from Argentina, Spain, Uruguay, Mexico, and the United States to Netrix and look forward to partnering together to support our clients and foster a culture of growth across our global team.”
Edrans provides a wide range of enterprise cloud solutions, including strategy, migration, application modernization, development, recurring cloud managed services, DevOps-as-a-Service, and cloud cost optimization solutions. Edrans builds and supports advanced cloud capabilities, including artificial intelligence, machine learning, the internet-of-things, and advanced data engineering and analytics. Edrans supports customers in the United States and globally with a team of over 130 employees, including nearly 120 certified and accredited cloud consultants and developers with experience across AWS and Microsoft Azure.
Pérez-Llorca advised Netrix with a team comprising partners Iván Delgado, Isabel Moya and Andy Ramos Gil de la Haza, along with lawyers Pablo Hontoria Salgado, Iciar de Lorenzo, Ignacio Rodríguez Azpiazu, Rodrigo García Flores, Julia Calatayud and Alicia Maddio.