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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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