Agoura Hills-based Key Information Systems Inc. has been acquired by a Canadian technology firm, the companies announced.

Financial terms of the deal between Key Information, a cloud service provider, and Converge Technology Partners, in Toronto, were not disclosed.

The transaction gives Converge a strong footprint in the western United States. The company plans to merge Key Information with its Corus360 cloud computing business.

Key President Lief Morin said that the company, which he founded in 1999, has established a reputation as a known and trusted IBM products leader and for building long-lasting relationships with clients.

“We found a partner in Converge in that we are both dedicated to providing superior client service and solving complex IT problems using diverse and innovative technologies,” Morin said in a statement.

In 2013, Key Information acquired ISWest, a business-to-business internet service provider that provides cloud services, and moved its headquarters from Woodland Hills to Agoura Hills.