Logicworks, a NYC-based Amazon Web Services partner, raised $135m in second round of funding.
Private equity firm Pamplona Capital Management made the investment. In conjunction with the deal, Darren Battistoni, Partner, Pamplona Capital Management, joined Logicworks’ Board of Directors. Seaport Capital will be selling its shares in Logicworks as part of the transaction.
The company intends to invest this money in expanding its proprietary software platform, scaling its operations, entering international markets, and pursuing targeted strategic acquisitions.
Led by CEO Kenneth Ziegler, Logicworks is an enterprise cloud automation and managed service provider that combines advanced automation with DevOps capabilities. As an AWS Premier Partner, its team of certified engineers build, migrate, manage, and automate enterprise workloads on customized AWS infrastructures at such companies as Orion Health, MakerBot, and Major League Soccer, among others.
The company has offices in New York, Seattle, Washington D.C., and London.