Enterprise Continuity and IT Catastrophe Restoration specialist acquires enterprise backup skilled 4sl
Databarracks has acquired 4sl for an undisclosed sum, to create a mixed firm with 75 employees, together with 50 knowledge safety specialists.
Databarracks acquires 4sl
Peter Groucutt, Managing Director of Databarracks feedback: “4sl is an organization we now have at all times admired for its experience and talent in enterprise knowledge safety. It’s a globally recognised chief in delivering managed Commvault companies, offering a gold commonplace of help to its clients. Attending to know Barnaby and the workforce, we now have been impressed by how comparable the cultures of our companies are, and the way a lot we now have in widespread.”
Barnaby Mote, CEO and Founding father of 4sl explains: “This an thrilling day for 4sl and Databarracks. We’re bringing collectively the 2 prime knowledge safety groups within the UK. This acquisition will deliver advantages for purchasers of each Databarracks and 4sl. Databarracks is now the UK’s largest Commvault Managed Service Supplier.”
Groucutt feedback: “Over the previous twelve months we now have been remodeling our core companies. We now have migrated our clients’ backups and catastrophe restoration workloads from our knowledge centres into Microsoft Azure, AWS and Google Cloud. We at the moment are the biggest Public Cloud Backup and Catastrophe Restoration specialist within the UK.
“With 4sl, we’re including enterprise functionality and the power to rework legacy tape environments. Collectively we’re providing trendy knowledge safety to organisations within the UK and world wide. We now have experience throughout the main backup, replication, storage and cloud applied sciences We’re in a powerful place and the enterprise is poised for progress.
“In 2020, Enterprise Continuity and IT Resilience had been thrust into the highlight. IT has confirmed to be the business-enabler by means of this extremely tough interval. I believe everybody now has a a lot better respect for the significance of know-how and our reliance upon it.
“Defending knowledge and protecting methods on-line are basic for all organisations. The rising cyber risk is driving organisations to revisit their resilience methods to make sure they’re protected and may get better from any incident. Backup and IT Catastrophe Restoration has by no means been extra vital.”
Hen & Hen, the London agency specialised in tech, acted on behalf of Databarracks, suggested by the company Associate Neil Blundell, senior affiliate George Mason and affiliate Amy Farrer. Advising throughout Company M&A, Tax, Employment, Banking & Finance and Business.
KPMG suggested Databarracks on the acquisition. Graham Pearce, Associate, commented, “By no means earlier than has knowledge resilience been so in focus as it’s now. Databarracks and 4sl are two specialist market leaders and their mixture will deliver big advantages to their clients and the market.”
RSM offered monetary due diligence (Rob McCarthy and Stephen Grogan).
BOOST&Co assisted with the funding for Databarracks for the acquisition of 4sl and was supported by Ryan Sorby – Head of north and Scotland.
Databarracks is the UK’s specialist enterprise continuity and IT catastrophe restoration supplier. From the launch of the UK’s first managed on-line backup companies over 15 years in the past, to our main Catastrophe Restoration as a Service, we have been making enterprise-class continuity, safety and resilience accessible for organisations of all sizes.
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