Crayon completes buy of Australian cloud distributor rhipe

The Nordic giant has been steadily growing in the region since opening its first Australian offices in 2019

Kelsey Rees
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Crayon completes buy of Australian cloud distributor rhipe

Norway-based Crayon has completed its acquisition of Australian cloud specialist rhipe as part of its ongoing global expansion. CPI originally reported the takeover in July, which was earmarked to be worth €261m. Crayon has not provided a figure in this latest announcement but has revealed the purchase includes rhipe's 600 employees and its operations across Asia Pacific. Additionally, the buy also includes rhipe's recently acquired Azure services business Parallo, which joined the c...

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