Somerville, one of the most experienced end-to-end technology service providers in Australia, announced it will be acquired by Atturra. The acquisition brings together two Australian IT services leaders with a mutual focus on adding value to IT transformation outcomes for customers. Atturra provides a range of enterprise advisory, consulting, IT services and solutions while Somerville’s services include connectivity, security, cloud, modern workplace, and hardware and software procurement.
From the outset, Somerville’s business approach has incorporated a company culture determined to satisfy the evolving technology and service needs of its customers. During this time, the company invested millions of dollars into its cloud and network infrastructure to ensure it has the capability to deliver cutting-edge solutions to clients.
This infrastructure prioritises security and provides bespoke solutions for Australia’s mid-market, while also delivering high performance, scalability, resilience, and bullet-proof reliability.
The acquisition will now enable Atturra to deliver the entire technology stack from application to infrastructure further accelerating business growth and supporting the expansion of operations into new technologies and markets.
Somerville will become a wholly owned part of Atturra and will continue to operate as it currently does with the integration following a staged process over several months. All Somerville employees will retain their roles and continue to undertake their current responsibilities.
Craig Somerville, CEO, Somerville, said, “This acquisition represents an outstanding opportunity for Somerville’s staff, customers, and partners. Atturra has forged a strong reputation as a well-respected player within the Australian IT services industry, with long-standing client and partner relationships.
Stephen Kowal, CEO, Atturra, said, “The acquisition of Somerville will be significant, as it will not only provide Atturra with a broad-based managed services capability to facilitate large end-to-end projects, but it will also strengthen our position within the Australian education sector.Click below to share this article