BlueAlly acquires Bay Area IT consultancy Strata Consulting

04 August 2023 1 min. read
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BlueAlly, a Cary, NC-based IT consultancy, has acquired Strata Consulting, a San Mateo, CA-based IT consultancy.

Founded in 2011, Strata provides services in security, compliance, DevOps, and AWS Cloud. The firm works with startup and enterprise clients in a broad range of industries to deliver secure, scalable, and effective IT architecture.

Strata has 42 employees listed on LinkedIn.

BlueAlly’s acquisition of Strata will strengthen its service offering and give it a second location in California.

"The inclusion of Strata into the BlueAlly portfolio allows us to comprehensively address our clients' requirements spanning IT, application, and security domains,” said David Coulter, CTO of BlueAlly. “This integration places significant emphasis on DevOps, Security, Compliance, and AWS services."

BlueAlly acquires Bay Area IT consultancy Strata Consulting

Founded in 1999, BlueAlly provides IT consulting and managed services to businesses, government entities, educational institutions, and regulated industries nationwide. The firm’s practices include security, governance and compliance, infrastructure and cloud, and application and automation.

BlueAlly has 10 offices across the US, UK, Israel, and Australia. The firm has over 230 employees, according to LinkedIn.

"We are excited about this new chapter for Strata Consulting and the opportunities it brings for both our team and our customers," said Thomas Fou, CEO and founder of Strata. "Joining forces with BlueAlly gives our clients access to greater resources and expertise across the country. We are confident that together, we will continue to exceed expectations and deliver exceptional results to our valued clients."

The Strata deal follows BlueAlly’s July acquisition of B2B Technologies, an Atlanta-based Microsoft Cloud partner, and its May acquisition of Corporate Armor, a Newton, NC-based security and architecture specialist.

BlueAlly is a portfolio company of Source Capital, which acquired it in 2020.