In September 2000, Paul Giobbi co-founded Zumasys with his late business partner Joe Cupp. Initially Zumasys began as a hardware reseller but quickly grew into a vibrant, fast-growth technology company with nearly $30M in revenue.
In the early 2000s, Zumasys became a pioneer in cloud computing, offering a service that allowed companies to move their business-critical applications to a hardened data center and to run on a 100% virtual server platform.
15 years later the company expanded into database software solutions with its acquisitions of AccuTerm, jBASE and OpenQM.
More recently, Zumasys began acquiring Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), helping them enhance their vertical market applications and moving them to a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model.
Zumasys ultimately sold its cloud and IT infrastructure business to NexusTek in 2018 and sold its databases and tools to Rocket Software in 2021.
Today Zumasys focuses exclusively on developing vertical application software and accounting systems. We protect the decades of investment that our customers have in their applications and we help to prepare them for the future.
Even though technology changes, our mission remains the same.