Global professional services company Accenture has completed its acquisition of Solnet, a New Zealand IT services provider. The Accenture press release on the latest acquisition did not disclose the terms of the acquisition but noted that it adds over 100 cloud technology professionals to Accenture New Zealand, which maintains offices in Auckland and Wellington.
Solnet, which is also based in Wellington, provides technology consulting for the New Zealand government and private companies across various industries, Accenture said.
It added that Solnet’s coverage expands Accenture’s New Zealand cloud and infrastructure engineering services, making available a full range of technology expertise for digital transformation. Strategy development and delivery of new technologies, as well as intelligent automation, are also among Solnet’s services, Accenture said.
The Solnet acquisition, announced earlier in November, is the fourth for Accenture for the month, with the company earlier announcing that it had acquired the Schaumburg, Illinois-based Shelby Group, a digital procurement and optimization services provider.
Other Accenture acquisitions during the month include Spain-based Innotec Security, which provides cybersecurity-as-a-service, cyber resilience and cyber risk management, and New York-based health care marketing agency ConcentricLife.