A digital engineering company called Objectivity, which specializes in cloud and platform development services and aids clients in accelerating their transformation journeys for quick innovation, has agreed to be acquired by Accenture. The deal’s financial details were not made public.
The highly qualified team from Objectivity, with its headquarters in Coventry, UK, will join Accenture, providing size and resources from Objectivity’s operations in the UK, Poland, Germany, and Mauritius.
Accenture’s Cloud First capabilities will be strengthened by Objectivity’s strong platform engineering, cloud native computing, and application modernization expertise. This will enable clients to take advantage of more flexible platform models and services to hasten the digital transformation of their businesses.
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“The world is undergoing enormous change, necessitating the constant reinvention of organizations in order to create value. The depth and breadth of Objectivity’s technical resources and expertise will strengthen our European platform engineering capabilities, giving our clients the agility they need to reimagine their businesses and industries,” said Jean-Marc Ollagnier, CEO of Accenture for Europe.
Rob Helle, the company’s creator, commented, “For more than 30 years, Objectivity has supplied original thinking to develop the most purpose-fitting digital solutions. Our values-driven culture has effectively helped us grow into an international, virtual business where clients and staff have been expanding alongside one another. We will be able to accomplish more since we will be stronger as a team with Accenture.”