SADA Entering APAC Via Acquisition of Google Cloud Partner ByteWave Digital

ByteWave Digital will become SADA India.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

December 16, 2021

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SADA, a Google Cloud premier partner, has acquired ByteWave Digital to expand its business into the APAC market.

Also a Google Cloud partner, ByteWave Digital is a technology services provider. It helps customers adopt, build, migrate and run enterprise business solutions on Google Cloud and Google Workspace.

As a fully-owned subsidiary of SADA, ByteWave Digital will become SADA India.

SADA isn’t disclosing financial details of the acquisition.

ByteWave Digital maintains its global delivery center in Thiruvananthapuram and Pune, India. With this acquisition, SADA will add 50 technical experts to its global team.

SADA Acquisition Benefits Google Cloud


SADA’s Dana Berg

Dana Berg is SADA’s COO.

“For Google Cloud, this acquisition means even more delivery and customer support for our mutual customers, and more opportunities for our alliance partners with our global customers in the region,” he said.

Berg said APAC is a growing region and “we are excited to have a team formally on the ground to work with Google Cloud and our shared customers to drive their transformation and support their move to the cloud.”

“We have a proven formula from our experience in North America,” he said. “And combining that with the existing expertise and local knowledge [ByteWave Digital president and CEO] Biju Chandrasekharan and his team brings is a great foundation for our presence in the region.”

Mobilizing Google Cloud

SADA mobilizes Google Cloud to meet any business objective.

“We’re excited about even more growth and opportunity for both SADA and Google Cloud, and our mutual customers,” Berg said. “As we continue to transform customers with Google Cloud, we’re always looking to bring even more value to them with more solutions and services to address their data analytics and machine learning (ML) needs, effective management of hybrid/multicloud environments, cloud cost optimization with FinOps, and address their security challenges, plus provide them additional solutions and services via our alliance partners.”

“As SADA‘s partner, ByteWave experienced tremendous success and growth from a boutique app development company to one of India’s best Google Cloud partners,” Chandrasekharan said. “I am excited to go all-in with SADA to generate new opportunities for our mutual customers on Google Cloud. ”

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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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