Green House Data, now Lunavi, has acquired seven companies in six years.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

September 21, 2020

2 Min Read

Green House Data has rebranded to Lunavi to unify its recently acquired companies and nine locations throughout North America under one name.

Over the past six years, Wyoming-based Green House Data has expanded services in Microsoft Azure, apps, security and disaster recovery through seven acquisitions. It deepened its talent bench and expanded partnerships.

It also almost doubled its multiyear development deals with clients in technology, energy, financial services, health care and others.

Shawn Mills is Lunavi’s CEO. He said the company is reasserting its commitment to customers and partners to address their digital transformation needs. The company now can better communicate a greater sense of unity after seven acquisitions over six years, he said.


Lunavi’s Shawn Mills

“We now have the ability to take a customer on their full end-to-end journey from managed services to building great cloud-native apps, and tie it all together with a smooth delivery process to usher innovation from ideation to production,” Mills said.

The new branding also helps the company to better capitalize on partnerships to advance customers’ businesses, Mills said. It recently did this in taking Clubessential from legacy IT to custom hybrid cloud. It also helped an international retailer modernize its in-store retail customer experience.

Collaborative Process

The company’s new name, Lunavi, combines two critical attributes: “lu” meaning light and “navi” meaning navigation, it said.

Rebranding has been a “collaborative, creative process” involving partner feedback, Mills said. Also, management throughout the organization and industry experts provided input.

“Bringing Deliveron and Green House Data and our nine locations under our new branding as Lunavi helps us to better unify our organization and communicate our core strengths to address partner and customer needs, from migrating legacy infrastructure to the cloud to enabling cloud-native, modern application development,” he said.

Lunavi is a Microsoft Gold Partner, Azure Expert MSP and VMWare Cloud Verified partner. It offers expertise in the Microsoft community, and enterprise IT software and services.

The company can leverage solutions and collaborate with partners to help customers throughout the end-to-end IT journey, Mills said.

Lunavi can offer the best of both worlds to address customer needs with the ability provide attentive care and the broad solution set of a true market leader and innovator,” he said.

Lunavi is focused on fueling partnerships to help customers address market needs, create value, and position themselves for success.

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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