Troy’s Centroid Systems Acquires Houston Firm to Fortify Market Position

Centroid Systems in Troy, a North America cloud service and technology provider, has acquired EPM Intelligence (EPMI) in Houston to fortify Centroid’s market position, propel growth, and expand its ability to serve business technology clients worldwide.
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Troy-based Centroid Systems is expanding its reach for cloud service and technology through the acquisition of Houston-based EMPI. // Stock photo

Centroid Systems in Troy, a North America cloud service and technology provider, has acquired EPM Intelligence (EPMI) in Houston to fortify Centroid’s market position, propel growth, and expand its ability to serve business technology clients worldwide.

Centroid was founded in 1997 as an Oracle consulting services business, and today offers managed cloud services and enterprise workload consulting services across Oracle, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, and Google cloud platforms.

With additional U.S. locations in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Florida, and New York, and a large office in Hyderabad, India, for full-time support, the company employs more than 200 people.

The acquisition of EPMI is meant to strengthen and enhance Centroid’s product offerings, broaden its customer base, and deepen its expertise and presence within SaaS Applications. Software as a service (SaaS) allows users to connect to and use cloud-based apps over the Internet.

The combined capabilities of both companies, including EPMI’s long-standing Oracle partnership, best practices, and use of Oracle’s enterprise software should result in a comprehensive suite of solutions that address the evolving needs of clients, with the goal of fostering cloud transformation services and driving efficiencies across various sectors.

“We are thrilled to welcome EPMI to the Centroid family,” says Scott Morrell, CEO and managing partner of Centroid. “They share much of the same values and culture as Centroid in terms of placing our customers and employees at the forefront of everything we do. Joining forces presents an exciting opportunity to scale our technology and drive its adoption on a much higher level than ever before.”

Nihar Parikh, co-founder and CEO at EPMI, says: “We are excited to join Centroid as we view this as a momentous opportunity to scale new heights together. This new phase in our business allows us to accelerate our growth and deliver even more value across the entire Oracle platform to our customers.

“Our shared vision for innovation, delighting customers, and working with trusted experts make this partnership a perfect fit. Together, we will create groundbreaking, transformational solutions that will redefine the technology landscape for our clients and solidify a platform for continued success.”