UK-based cloud backup and disaster recovery software and services company has announced that it has acquired Attix5, a South Africa-based software company; although no fee was quoted.
Attix5 and Redstor have been in partnership since 2005, with the former providing underlying technology that drives Redstor’s backup service for schools (RBUSS). Speaking on the acquisition, CEO of Redstor, Paul Evans said:
“The acquisition of Attix5 brings to a close one of the longest running courtships in history. We have been trading with Attix5 since 2005 and have always enjoys a strong relationship.”
Attix5 currently has a development office in Stellenbosch in South Africa and support offices in Johannesburg and Reading, in the United Kingdom, provides backup and recovery technology and managed services to hundreds of service globally. In turn, the company is able to deliver services to thousands of end users.
Redstor was founded in 1998, and has an ISO 27001 and ISO 9001 certification. With the latest acquisition of Attix5, the UK-based company will be able to benefit from Attix5’s robust and highly secure technology and global customer footprint to expand its services. The acquisition will also help Redstor to have a global presence in the highly competitive international software sector.