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cloudThing Are Proud To Be Rebranding As Kerv Digital

09th Jun 2022

Last year, cloudThing joined the Kerv Group to offer our clients even wider services, while allowing our amazing people to remain specialists and focus on what they really enjoy doing, building future.   

 It was a great fit right from the start as Kerv were always happy to challenge the norm and say they do things differently… much as cloudThing always has.  

Exactly like ours, Kerv is made up of practices of experts who are trained to focus on the bigger picture, empowering digital transformations with world-class solutions in a collaborative way, helping organisations get ahead… and then stay there.  

That’s always been, and always will be, the Kerv difference. That’s why we’re excited to announce cloudThing will be rebranding to make it even easier for our clients and partners to get the most from the experts at Kerv.

 cloudThing have always been about collaboration and that’s at the heart of everything Kerv does as well. Nothing is going to be changing around our culture, how we work or who we work with, we will be retiring the cloudThing name to simplify how we communicate with our clients. Whilst cloudThing remains a legal entity, from July 7th 2022 forwards, we will be changing our name and trading as Kerv Digital.  

This represents a tremendous opportunity as we continue to grow as an ethical digital transformation organisation. It has been the highlight of my career to represent cloudThing as CEO, and it will continue to be so as I represent Kerv Digital as CEO. I am incredibly humbled by the amazing work by our staff to help the NonProfit sector, the Membership sector and right across Central Government in making a positive difference to society. 

 In fact, one of the big Kerv differences is that when they make an acquisition, nothing changes.  

They find great organisations and empower them to do better, they don’t come in and try and fix something that isn’t broken.  

Kerv Digital will continue to offer awesome solutions to digital transformations, using cutting edge technology to build custom software for all our clients, new and old… we’ll just be part of a much bigger organisation now, with even more resources to keep improving the sectors we’ve always cared so much about.  

 

Stuart Harper – CEO, Kerv Digital  

 

Rebrand FAQs: 

 

Does this affect any of our contracts or agreements? 

 Not at all, cloudThing Ltd remains the same legal entity so all of our contracts with both clients and customers remain valid and will remain the same.  

 

Is the management structure at Kerv Digital changing? 

 No, our management team remains the same, as does any contacts you currently work with at Kerv Digital.  

 

Does this affect both UK and India? 

 Yes, cloudThing will be changing names in both our UK and India operation. 

 

Are other Kerv practices going to deliver any services to Kerv Digital clients? 

 Whilst we will remain our own entity, part of the opportunity we are now able to leverage is the breadth of services the group can now offer and so we will be talking to our customers about this potential, whilst still delivering excellence through existing channels. 

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