Software development and consulting company Seavus and Elastic have announced a strategic partnership on the Nordic market. Elastic is the company behind the Elastic Stack. (ElasticsSearch, Kibana, Beats and Logstash).

The new partnership means that Seavus now belongs to a small number of selected partners who have completed technical training and enablement classes in order to provide services and have the ability to resell the Elastic commercial subscriptions to end customers. The benefits specifically to the Nordic customers means, among other things, the possibility of complement their Elastic subscriptions with operating services from Seavus such as devops, integration and support.

“I am extremely pleased with the new collaboration with Elastic. We see many exciting opportunities together. Being able to get value from their data in real time is and will increasingly contribute to important competitive advantages. Elastics growth is impressive and with our expertise in DevOps, projects, integration as well as support, we will help it accelerate further. We see several opportunities to further enhance our value with Elastic Stack customers”, says Dimitris Panagio, CEO of Seavus in Stockholm.

With over 140 million cumulative downloads of Elastics products globally and a growing user base in the Nordic region, the new partnership will further increase the use of Elastics software in the Nordic and sales.

“We are very excited about the partnership between Elastic and Seavus. This new partnership signifies a growing momentum for the open source Elastic Stack , X-Pack (commercial features) and Elastic Cloud (hosted offering) in the Nordic market. We’re excited that Seavus will be deploying our stack and further enhance the value of our customers subscription to enable their mission critical search, logging, security and analytics use cases”, says Morten Schlosser, NEMEA Head of Alliances at Elastic.


Contact information

CEO Seavus Stockholm, Dimitris Panagio, phone: +4673-380 00 43, E-mail: 
Sales Director Nordics, Edward Wasilchin, phone: 0708- 10 58 78, E-mail: