Rachel Coyne on 20 Jan 2022

Leading Australian Microsoft partner Satalyst now a part of Canon Business Services ANZ

We are excited to announce, effective from 1 January 2022, Satalyst has been acquired by and is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon Australia Pty Ltd. Satalyst is now part of Canon Business Services ANZ (CBS), which is the cloud, IT services and business process automation company within the Canon Group.

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What does this mean for Satalyst’s customers?

It’s business as usual for Satalyst, and our customers will continue to receive the same high-performance and quality experience from us. As a part of CBS, Satalyst brings together a broader set of digital capabilities and the bright minds and expertise of the Satalyst team to support our customers with a full suite of capabilities to achieve their transformation goals. It also means that Satalyst and CBS now have staff on the ground to assist our customers in all major Australian capital cities.

What does this mean for Satalyst?

Todd Elliott - General Manager Satalyst

Todd Elliott, General Manager Satalyst

Joining Canon Business Services presents a unique opportunity for Satalyst. CBS is an excellent strategic and technical fit. A high-performance culture and team inclusivity are part of the Satalyst DNA, so it’s been refreshing to find an organisation with similar approaches and desires. It’s uncanny how well Satalyst fits the capability gaps needed by CBS to move forward in its growth plans. We will strengthen their Microsoft Azure capability, grow their application, data, and AI capability, and deepen their security offering. Best yet, Satalyst can continue to do what we do best and fast-track our expansion with the backing and support of CBS and leverage their robust East Coast presence.

The full press announcements can be read here: Media Statement from Canon and : Media Statement: Satalyst acquisition by Canon Australia Pty Ltd