Green House Data Expands Services, Rebrands as Lunavi

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Leading provider of managed IT, cloud, and application development services unifies acquired companies, nine locations under new brand, reasserts commitment to helping companies modernize technology

Green House Data, a well-known provider of IT managed services and digital transformation consulting, is re-branding itself to unite its newly acquired companies and nine different locations all over North America under one brand name – Lunavi. The brand-new name reflects the growth of the company and its unique ability to give end-to-end solutions that span from migrating legacy infrastructure to the cloud to allowing cloud-native and modern application development.

Since it was found in 2007, Lunavi (previously Green House Data) has delivered effective alternatives to standard enterprise technology solutions. In the last six years, the company firmly expanded its service offerings in Microsoft Azure, security, modern apps, and disaster recovery through seven acquisitions and increased its staff size. Meanwhile, it expanded its talent bench, partnerships, and nearly doubled its multi-year development deals with clients in technology, financial services, energy, healthcare, and others. 

As its client roster and staff size expanded, so did its locations all over North America in Denver; Cheyenne, WY; Omaha, NE (through its acquisition of Deliveron); Atlanta; Seattle, and Toronto.

The company’s new name, Lunavi, combines two crucial attributes “Lu” meaning light and “Navi” meaning navigation. Together, these terms describe how the company works to collectively illuminate the path forward in order to help clients navigate what’s next, spotlighting the company’s mission to help businesses modernize technology, extract measurable ROI, and give an exceptional customer experience.

“As organizations look to digitally transform their businesses to become more nimble, cost-efficient, and competitive, Lunavi is in a unique position to provide the ‘best of both worlds.’ We have the breadth of capabilities and scale to handle complex modern application design as well as wholesale migration to the cloud while providing the attentive, customer-centric focus of a boutique organization,” said Lunavi CEO Shawn Mills. “2020 has been a challenging year for many, and companies are looking for new ways to better address customers’ needs, create value, and position themselves for growth. That’s what we do for our clients.”

According to Gartner’s Executive Leadership: Digital Business Transformation Primer for 2020, “83% of board directors globally say digital technology will lead to substantial or complete industry transformation.”

Lunavi is a Microsoft Gold Partner, Azure Expert MSP, and VMWare Cloud Verified partner offering deep expertise in the Microsoft ecosystem and enterprise IT software and services.

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