Accenture, a leading consulting and processing services provider, has reportedly acquired CS Technology, an application software developer. Established in 1992, CS Technology has been offering a range of cloud infrastructure engineering solutions with high expertise in the field of cloud planning, data center, critical facilities design, and modern workplace technologies.
The company serves Fortune 2000 clients across retail, financial services, pharmaceutical, and other sectors.
The latest takeover of the innovative software company will boost the capabilities of Accenture Cloud First in infrastructure engineering as well as enhance Accenture’s cloud service portfolio for clients to help them optimize the return on cloud investments.
Following the acquisition, more than 100 professionals with accreditations in engineering, project management, workplace, and cloud will join Accenture to help meet the needs for cloud, digital, and data center hosting & hybrid working environments. Other terms of the agreement have not been revealed yet.
Powered by a $3 billion investment and 70,000 cloud professionals in the next 3 years, Accenture Cloud First will bring an unmatched depth of industry cloud solutions, cloud expertise, and ecosystem partner capabilities & assets to enable clients to rapidly realize a greater value from cloud at scale.
As per the statement made by Accenture Cloud First’s global lead, Karthik Narain, the recent acquisition deal will help expand the hybrid cloud infrastructure capabilities of its clients to become cloud-1st enterprises. The deal will further aid the multi-service group in designing and executing fit-for-purpose and hybrid cloud strategies to achieve measurable business outcomes.
CS Technology’s CEO, John Rosato, has reportedly cited that the company’s team of experts has been delivering transformative technology solutions and strategies over the past 30 years. The latest deal is expected to elevate the position of both the firms as trusted advisors of clients who are encountering complex cloud, workplace, data center, and operating challenges.