Consulting Sector M&A Deal News
In the week beginning 18th of May 2015, 11 deals were announced. Here are our top picks. To read more about the transactions please visit our blog.
MasterCard Incorporated (USA) to acquire Applied Predictive Technologies, Inc. (USA)
MasterCard is a technology company; APT provides cloud-based predictive analytics software solutions. The acquisition is expected to help MasterCard Advisors, the professional services arm of MasterCard, improve on the insights it delivers to financial institutions and merchants around enhancing the consumer experience.
D'Appolonia S.p.A. (Italy) acquired SC Sembenelli Consulting (Italy)
D'Appolonia provides engineering consulting and design services; SC provides civil engineering consulting services. D'Appolonia has strengthened its civil engineering capability in the infrastructure sector.
Accenture plc (Ireland) to acquire The Javelin Group Limited (UK)
Accenture provides management consulting, technology, and business process outsourcing services; Javelin Group is a provider of retail strategy consulting and digital transformation services. The tech firm said the deal will extend the capabilities of Accenture Strategy, a unit which focuses on assisting retailers and brands in transforming through technology and digital systems.
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