IBM today announced that it will buy Meteorix, a company that specializes in providing consulting services for Workday’s cloud-based finance and human resources software.

Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed.

From today’s press release:

Workday is one of the world’s leading providers of enterprise cloud applications for finance and HR. With an exclusive focus on Workday, Meteorix has cultivated deep expertise and best practices for maximizing returns from the strategic use of Workday applications. Meteorix has more than 200 certified Workday consultants and a track record of success delivering complex, high-value services to multi-national leaders and innovators across a wide range of industries.

Meteorix can handle implementations of Workday’s finance management software, its human capital management software, or both.

The deal should be a good thing for publicly traded Workday. Indeed, Workday cofounder and chief executive Aneel Bhusri displayed a confident attitude in the press release. “Meteorix’s deep Workday experience together with the industry expertise of IBM gives our customers a global strategic partner to help them put their finance and HR operations in the cloud and transform their businesses for future growth,” he said.

Boston-based Meteorix started in 2011.

Other recent IBM acquisitions include AlchemyAPI, Blekko, Blue Box, and Compose.