Melbourne-based Adams Consulting joins Canopy Tools Group

07 May 2020 Consultancy.com.au

Melbourne-based technology firm Adams Consulting Group has been acquired by Canopy Tools Group, a larger counterpart based in Brisbane. 

Founded in 2003, Adams Consulting Group is a boutique IT consulting firm dedicated to supporting small to medium sized business and industrial clients. The firm helps its clients with IT advisory, digitisation, cloud services, system migrations and managed services. Its partners include the likes of Cisco, HP, Microsoft, Symantec and Juniper Networks. 

By joining Canopy Tools Group, Adams Consulting Group becomes part of a group that operates in 7 countries – Australia, New Zealand, the UK, the US and three Asian countries.

Canopy Tools Group was established in 2019 when the company acquired CT4 and Canopy Tools. CT4 is an Australian private cloud provider that builds and operates private and hybrid cloud platforms with a data centre presence around the globe. CT4 also has a team of software developers that builds applications. Melbourne-based Adams Consulting joins Canopy Tools GroupCanopy Tools is a company that specialises in internet of things (IoT) in asset-heavy industries. Its flagship product Canopy Manage is a IoT and IT asset management tool that automates discovery of assets across environments and cloud platforms to provide a single aggregated view of assets across the enterprise. 

Commenting on the acquisition, Canopy customer success manager Tegan DeClark said, “Our ambition is to be a leading private cloud and IoT software provider in Australia and we are pleased to welcome Adams Consulting Group for this exciting journey.”

“Combined with our investment and growth in our IoT software products, this acquisition puts us in a strong position to build lasting partnerships with our clients and to deliver quality, integrated services and software products to the market,” she added. 

In the first four months of 2020, more than 10 deals closed in Australia’s IT consulting industry.


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