Accenture acquires businesses from Hungarian firm


Accenture (ACN) is acquiring the industrial/embedded software development and services ops of Hungarian software development/engineering services firm evopro. Terms are undisclosed. (PR)

Accenture declares the deal will aid its clients in their industrial software development efforts, and will also strengthen its mobile software development abilities.

Evopro operates in Germany, Hungary, Romania, and Turkey, and has 1K+ employees. The purchase is the latest in a string of acquisitions Accenture has recently made, as it looks to M&A to improve growth in the face of soft consulting demand.

Other acquisitions: Procurian, PCO Innovation, Vivere Brasil, Acquity Group, Mortgage Cadence

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