amasol eyes further expansion with FIELDS Group

amasol GmbH, a leading IT service provider for observability, is pleased to announce its partnership with FIELDS Group, which is taking a majority stake in the company. Together, the business partners intend to further expand amasol's growth in Europe.

amasol offers IT services with a focus on observability and service level management in mission critical IT-infrastructure, Application Performance Monitoring and Artificial Intelligence Operations (AIOps). Founded in 1999, the company has firmly established itself as one of the leading IT service provider through its exceptional expertise, particularly in Germany and Austria. The company has built up strategic partnerships with companies like Broadcom, Dynatrace, LogicMonitor, Riverbed and Splunk. With more than 80 employees amasol services companies in amongst others the automotive, finance, insurance, healthcare and telecom industries - half of the DAX companies and well-known IT service providers are among their customers.

"We are delighted to have found a partner in FIELDS Group that shares our vision of modern IT management," says Frank Jahn, Managing Director (CSO) at amasol. "With FIELDS, we now want to take what we have achieved so far to a new level in order to serve our existing and new customers even better." To this end, amasol will further optimize the spectrum of its services and expand internationally.

"Together with FIELDS, we have prioritized three goals," said Stefan Deml, Managing Director (CTO) of amasol. "First, we will continue to expand customized services together with our proven software partners. Observability as a managed service - both on premise and in the cloud. In addition, we will accelerate the successful marketing of "Service Level Management, made by amasol” - our proprietary development. Thirdly, we want to meet the internationalization of our customers even better in the future in organizational terms," explains Stefan Deml. 

FIELDS mainly invests in medium-sized companies with considerable growth potential. "From the beginning of the discussions, we were intrigued by amasol's achievements to date and reputation," says Rutger Alberink, Partner at FIELDS. "We look forward to supporting the staff and management team in growing amasol into the leading managed service provider for observability in Europe."

The business is to remain primarily service-oriented and amasol aims to actively invest in remaining an attractive employer. "Our particular focus is on adding value for customers and creating a great workplace for talent," said André Reitz, Investment Manager at FIELDS.

amasol was advised on the transaction by Corporate Finance International (CFI), one of the leading corporate finance advisors with particular expertise in the technology sector.

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