Tech enterprise CloudBlue acquires HarmonyPSA

By Sebastian Castro March 31, 2021

CloudBlue has acquired a startup in London that helps companies with its professional services automation and revenue management software.

The Orange County-based enterprise announced this morning the acquisition of Harmony Business Systems, which oversees HarmonyPSA.

HarmonyPSA combines CRM, ticketing, storefront, lead generation, assisted sales, and vendor competency and incentive programs into a single solution as a quote to cash and accounting system. Starting today it’s available for the first time on the UK Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace.

“The acquisition of Harmony is a direct response to our MSP partners’ requests to help them quickly transform and grow a cloud services business with less risk,” said Nimesh Davé, president of CloudBlue and Ingram Micro Cloud. 

“We are delighted to have the Harmony team join our CloudBlue community as we expand our technology offerings,” added the executive.

Founded in 2011, Harmony Business Systems Ltd is a cloud software company that develops, sells and supports HarmonyPSA, the next generation of PSA tool. The platform features multi-language support and enjoys one of the highest customer satisfaction ratings in the industry, and helps to manage any type of service by unifying sales, operations and finance functions. 

Stephen Robitaille, director of sales operations at intlx Solutions and customer of HarmonyPSA, said in a statement “It’s made my work much easier and our business much more efficient.”

CloudBlue powers more than 200 of the world’s largest provider cloud marketplaces, which collectively represent more than 30 million enterprise cloud subscriptions.

Featured photo of Nimesh Davé, president of CloudBlue and Ingram Micro Cloud