Bluenet Announces Strategic Rebrand as Blue.cloud
Blue.cloud Becomes Tampa Bay’s First and Only Cloud-only Services Provider, with 100% of Engagements Delivered in the Cloud
New Identity Underscores Cloud-only Strategic Focus and Value Proposition
Bluenet, a leading provider of technology, data and analytics, testing, and managed services to organizations, announced a new identity and logo, website, and updated company name with the launch of Blue.cloud. Blue.cloud reflects the company’s “cloud-only” strategic focus, and more accurately describes its business, capabilities, and fundamental value proposition. Kerem Koca and Praveen Ramineni will be appointed as co-CEOs of Blue.cloud. Bluenet will continue to provide service to select clients under its existing nomenclature.
Blue.cloud combines world-class talent and implementation expertise, deep experience in cloud change management, and cloud-ready operating models with a commitment to responsible business by design. Increasing demand for Bluenet’s cloud services from multiple Fortune 500 clients — including HSBC, FedEx, Charles Schwab, JLL and others — was the drive behind the decision to introduce the refreshed identity and name.
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As of January 6, the majority of Bluenet employees and accounts will have migrated to Blue.cloud, and moving forward, virtually all of Blue.cloud’s implementation engagements will be 100% cloud-based. This makes the company Tampa Bay’s first and only “cloud-only” services provider.
“Bluenet has long been a ‘cloud-first’ company, built on the cloud transformation services it provides to its ‘who’s who’ of the Fortune 500, mid-market and startup customers,” said Koca. “With Blue.cloud, we’re taking a step further along the journey to distinguish ourselves as a ‘cloud-only’ company that’s ready and able to meet the evolving needs of businesses as they embrace change.”
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Throughout the second half of 2020, Bluenet’s unprecedented growth was driven by a once-in-an-era re-platforming of global business in data science and analytics, enabled by cloud scale computing. Innovation in the space accelerated rapidly during the COVID-19 pandemic and has permanently transformed how businesses operate. Additionally, it resulted in rapid market growth for many of Bluenet’s partners. For example, analysts predict that Snowflake, a key partner, will be the fastest growing software company, exceeding $5 billion in sales this coming year.
“Blue.cloud is uniquely positioned to help organizations implement Snowflake, as well as other cloud solution leaders such as ThoughtSpot, AWS, Google Cloud and Azure,” Koca said.
“We’ve invested heavily in our partnerships with leading cloud providers over the last year, and we currently employ dozens of certified technical and sales experts who understand and specialize in the most advanced and innovative technologies,” Ramineni said. “Our focus on technology innovation, talent and partnerships differentiates us from our competitors, and our clients appreciate our willingness to partner with them on a meaningful level to solve their business challenges.”
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