Well before cloud became mainstream, Velocity founder Tom Bruno began executing on his vision...
A vision to eliminate the extreme rigidity and expense associated with monolithic software deployments. Today, Velocity is reinventing the way enterprise software is acquired, hosted, and managed to give CIOs and their teams more control over using technology to produce business results.
Velocity Historical Timeline
Velocity is founded by Tom Bruno executing on his vision to help companies fully realize the productivity benefits of
Headquartered in NYC, Velocity makes its debut with 5 customers and 11 employees.
Velocity's first consulting partnerships are forged with Lawson Software and JD Edwards.
Velocity transitions from consulting to managed services, providing end-to-end services for customers.
Velocity closes the year with 22 customers and 70 employees.
In its first acquisition, Velocity purchases the Lawson hosting (ASP) line of business from Siemens Medical Solutions Health Services division.
By year-end, Velocity grows to 75 customers and 90 employees.
Velocity's investment in the healthcare sector results in 60
Velocity acquires RJ Thompson Data Systems, Inc., in London, Ontario, and begins providing Lawson M3 solutions in the manufacturing and
Velocity acquires the Lawson and Kronos hosting business (formerly NetASPx, Inc.) from NaviSite, Inc., in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The acquisition provides Velocity with its first data center and
Velocity expands to 150 customers and 176 employees.
Velocity acquires WTS, Inc., the first company to host Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and World product families, anchored in Seattle, Washington.
Velocity's expanding portfolio includes disaster recovery solutions designed specifically for
Velocity serves 228 customers and 229 employees across North America.
Velocity is acquired as a portfolio company by Silver Lake Sumeru, a global leader in private equity investments in growth-oriented technology and
Velocity expands R&D focusing on big data analytics.
Velocity closes the year with 250 customers and 240 employees.
Velocity goes global, acquiring
velos-IT Ltd., in Glasgow, Scotland, expanding service offerings to include Oracle JD Edwards, E-Business Suite, and QlikView.
Data center reach advances to the United Kingdom.
Continuing growth into the Oracle
JD Edwards space, Velocity acquires iXtend, Inc., in Denver, Colorado.
Epic applications increase healthcare offerings as Velocity becomes a certified administrator for multiple Epic components.
Velocity Zoom® is announced, incorporating the capabilities of Velocity’s business insights and security platforms into an expansive suite of cloud management tools.
Velocity closes the year with 300 customers and 371
Velocity acquires Titan Technology Partners Ltd., in Charlotte, North Carolina. The purchase gains entry to off-shore services, offices and data centers in the European and Asian Pacific markets.
Titan acquisition expands Velocity's expertise to include SAP and an expanded portfolio of
Infor Lawson S3 and JD Edwards customers become the first customers to benefit from the innovation of Velocity Zoom®.
At year-end, Velocity has 350 customers and 750 global employees.
Velocity opens new corporate headquarters in
Charlotte, North Carolina.
Velocity Zoom® innovation extends to include SAP, Infor M3, Epic, PeopleSoft, Siebel and Oracle EBS.