Microsoft Partner Netsurit Expands Digital Transformation Reach With Evoke Acquisition
Managed service provider and Microsoft Partner Netsurit has acquired digital transformation company Evoke for an undisclosed sum.
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Founded in 2005 and based in New York City, Evoke provides business intelligence and business automation services to clients around the globe.
The acquisition is part of Netsurit’s U.S. market expansion strategy, which bolsters its digital transformation capabilities, the company said. Netsurit was founded in 1997 and has offices in New York City and South Africa. The company has 14 Gold Microsoft competencies, as well as four advanced specializations.
Netsurit Acquires Evoke: Leadership Insight
Orrin Klopper, CEO, Netsurit, commented:
“We are very excited to have Andrew and his team join the Netsurit family. EVOKE has been building digital workplace solutions that solve significant business challenges for nearly two decades, and we’re looking forward to the knowledge and experience that their team will add to Netsurit.”
Andrew Cohen, CEO and managing partner, EVOKE, said:
“We are thrilled to be welcomed into the Netsurit family and working with leaders who share our same vision. We’re looking forward to providing a greater offering of world-class solutions to our customers and combining our decades of experience with Netsurit’s expert knowledge.”
Brian Cooper, group managing director, Netsurit, added:
“We are unbelievably grateful that Andrew, Ivo, and the rest of the folks at Evoke chose to join forces with Netsurit and as a result, become our first non-MSP acquisition in the US. We believe that both businesses have an incredible opportunity to leverage one another’s core service offerings, each bringing their own unique but complementary valuable proposition to the table. This latest expansion gives the Netsurit Group significantly more depth from a low-code/no-code Microsoft-centric software development perspective.”