As one of Bain’s fastest-growing capabilities, the firm’s Enterprise Technology (ET) practice has advised companies across industries and around the world. Bain’s global ET team supports core platform modernization programs, the adoption of agile operating models, the development of next-generation data platforms, and more.
Enterprise Blueprints supports organizations at various stages from startups to global corporations across an extensive suite of technology architecture services including strategy, resilience, data, cloud, and security and cost optimization.
“Our work in enterprise technology helps clients solve complex, high-stakes problems and deliver superior business value,” said Stephen Phillips, head of Bain’s global ET practice. “Enterprise Blueprints’ deep expertise in architecture will add to Bain’s end-to-end enterprise technology capabilities.”
“Together, the firms’ combined expertise will support clients' technology transformations end-to-end, from strategy to the realities of scale delivery," said Phillips. "The acquisition will work to strengthen Bain's pre-existing enterprise technology services with offerings that are especially important in leveraging technology to create competitive advantage."
Jerome Glynn-Smith, Managing Director at Equiteq comments: “This transaction is a testimony to how powerful the combination of deep technology capabilities with strategy is, delivering board-level consulting value and results.”