Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Nottingham’s NoBlue acquires rival

Nottingham based NoBlue Limited, has acquired rival NetSuite partner, Keystone Data Limited, for an undisclosed sum.


The acquisition brings together two leading NetSuite Solution Providers.

Based in Nottingham, UK and Madrid, Spain, NoBlue are a leading international partner of NetSuite ERP and have 17 years of ERP consultancy and software development experience.

NoBlue have focused exclusively on NetSuite for the last seven years, providing NetSuite services spanning consultancy, implementation, eCommerce, development, integration, training, and support to customers in a variety of industries. The company attributes the successful expansion of its customer base across the UK and Europe to its growing NetSuite practice.

Keystone Data have been delivering NetSuite consultancy services to small and medium enterprises since 2013. Based in Leeds, the company has firmly established itself, and have successfully implemented various NetSuite projects across a range of industries.

NoBlue Managing Director, Ian Irwin told Business Link: “With the completion of this acquisition, we are combining the expertise of two leading NetSuite Solution Providers and increasing our presence within the UK.

“As NoBlue’s growth across the UK, Spain and Portugal accelerates, this exciting acquisition will assist us continue to improve our operation within our rapid and aggressive growth plans.”

Davin Fowler, Managing Director of Keystone Data adds: “NetSuite is not only growing fast, it’s also becoming increasingly popular with larger companies

“By joining forces with NoBlue, one of Europe’s leading NetSuite partners, we can meet the demand for NetSuite from these larger organisations.

“The move is also an exciting one as it will allow us to bring a wealth of specialist eCommerce knowledge to NoBlue at a time when the SuiteCommerce Platform is coming of age.”

Keystone Data will be re-branded ‘NoBlue KSD Limited’, trading as ‘NoBlue’.

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