Within two months of scooping an online protection consultancy in the Netherlands, Atos has closed a second negotiation in the country with the acquisition of Profit 4SF.
The addition of Profit4SF, situated in Utrecht, adds a team of more than 30 workers to Atos in the Netherlands. Profit4SF specializes in Salesforce counseling and execution work – the firm is a Platinum Salesforce Partner, and its group collectively holds more than 160 Salesforce certifications.
The bolt-on fundamentally supports the Dutch Salesforce practice of Atos and aligns with its worldwide technique to beef up its abilities in the field. Salesforce is one of the globe’s fastest developing software implementation segments, on the back of the tremendous development of Salesforce itself. Today, the US giant for CRM programming is valued at around $250 billion, up from generally $100 billion just three years prior.
Acquisitions have been an integral piece of Atos’ expansion drive in the domain. A year ago, the Paris-listed IT administrations group bought Salesforce experts Edifixio in France and Eagle Creek in the United States, adding a 600-strong group to its outfit.
Peter ‘t Jong, Head of Atos, stated that the acquisition of Profit4SF fits impeccably with our acquisition method and strengthens our position in Salesforce expertise both in the Dutch area and worldwide. Joining Atos’ leadership and comprehensive portfolio with Profit4SF’s strong mid-market experience and solid client base in the Netherlands will bring quick value to our clients, partners, and teams.
Leo Leijenaar, de CEO van Profit4SF stated that for Profit4SF, the joining of forces with the much larger Atos will the firm “better support our worldwide clients on their computerized venture. He added that the move would let the firm put forward a broader proposition to the market, among others, by providing more focus on information analytics and cybersecurity. Atos has been on an M&A campaign in recent years.
Worldwide the organization closed in more than ten deals, including Motiv ICT Security in the Netherlands in December 2020. However, De largest in the company’s history feels through after the shareholders of US-based DXC Technology snubbed Atos’ $10 billion ‘friendly’ bid.