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Hitachi Data Systems to acquire oXya to achieve cloud flexibility


Hitachi Data Systems has announced its plan to acquire oXya, a leading provider of services for cloud and SAP solutions. The company will close the acquisition by the end of March. After the acquisition oXya, with more than 500 employees, will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi Data Systems and will continue to execute its current business model under oXya VP and chairman, Frederic de Belloy, reporting to Hicham Abdessamad, HDS executive vice president, Global Services.

Talking about the acquisition, Hicham Abdessamad, executive vice president, Global Services, Hitachi Data Systems, said, “Today’s partners and customers demand as-a-service options that enable them to keep pace with market dynamics like cloud, while transforming the way they conduct business. oXya offers an expanded set of application-as-a-service offerings, both in private cloud and hybrid cloud. They have vast experience with managing large SAP solution-based environments and a history of excellent customer satisfaction.”

oXya helps IT organizations manage private and hybrid cloud environments more easily, and designs the infrastructure for more effective and efficient implementations of SAP solutions, including the SAP HANA platform. As an SAP partner, it has solidified itself in the marketplace as one of the leading management and cloud providers, and has consistently achieved outstanding customer satisfaction ratings for more than 200,000 users worldwide of SAP solutions, across all industries.

After the complete process oXya will allow HDS and our partners to extend our portfolio of managed cloud services and provide additional skills and expertise to enable Hitachi Unified Compute Platform solutions in SAP and SAP HANA environments.


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