Accenture acquires CS Technology to expand its Cloud First infrastructure engineering capabilities

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Accenture (NYSE: ACN) acquired CS technology, a technology company and an infrastructure transformation service provider. CS Technology offers a wide range of cloud infrastructure engineering capabilities with strengths in infrastructure and cloud planning, critical facility design, data center, and modern workplace technologies. . CS Technology brings decades of experience executing strategic initiatives on behalf of its clients. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The addition of CS Technology will strengthen Accenture Cloud First’s infrastructure engineering capabilities. This will enhance Accenture’s portfolio of cloud services aimed at helping customers take full advantage of the benefits offered by cloud computing and distributed edge platforms to maximize the return on their cloud investments.

“Accenture’s Acquisition of CS Technology Expands Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure Capabilities Our Customers Need to Become Cloud-Based Businesses and Realize Value Faster,” said Karthik Narain, Global Head of Accenture Cloud First. “The emerging applications of tomorrow require a range of technologies across the cloud continuum. Businesses need to evolve their technology infrastructure under a tight deadline, which requires moving quickly and with confidence. The addition of CS technology better positions Accenture Cloud First to design and execute purpose-built hybrid cloud strategies that drive measurable business results.

Founded in 1992 and headquartered in New York, CS Technology has offices in London, Melbourne and Sydney. The company provides a full range of execution strategy services in the areas of data centers, cloud, modern workplaces and operating models with a mandate to improve ROI for people, processes and technology. CS Technology currently serves Fortune 2000 clients in a number of industries, including financial services, retail and pharmaceuticals. CS Technology also has strategic ecosystem partnerships with major OEMs, data center providers and cloud providers.

The acquisition of CS Technology adds more than 100 professionals to Accenture with various accreditations in the cloud, workplace, project management and engineering fields. These extensive capabilities complement and extend Accenture’s Cloud First services to meet each customer’s growing needs for digital hosting, cloud and data center and hybrid work environments. CS Technology also brings specialized skills that lie at the intersection of business strategy, technological innovation, and mission critical assets that provide and support these capabilities.

“For nearly 30 years, our CS Technology team has delivered transformative technology strategies and solutions that are married to the business results of our customers, which is a required capability in the digital age,” said John Rosato, CEO by CS Technology. “Joining the Accenture team will collectively enhance our position as a trusted advisor to our largest clients. Our deep specialization and experience will be amplified by this acquisition and will enable us to better respond to our clients’ complex cloud, data center, workplace and operations challenges. ”

CS Technology will further strengthen the global capabilities of Accenture Cloud first. Powered by 70,000 cloud professionals and an investment of $ 3 billion over the next three years, the Accenture Cloud First group brings together unmatched expertise and breadth of cloud expertise, industrial cloud solutions, partner capabilities from the ecosystem and assets that help customers derive more value from the cloud quickly. and scale.

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