Accenture acquires Argentinian data company Ergo

April 25, 2022

Business services juggernaut Accenture has acquired Argentinian company Ergo, which combines technology expertise and client-focused consulting to help enterprise clients integrate data and AI to create a single, trusted source of insight. Terms were not disclosed.

Ergo is headquartered in Buenos Aires and was founded in 2004. Its team of 200 data scientists will join the Data & AI team within Accenture’s Cloud First unit, enhancing its customer-focused transformation offering. data for Hispanic customers in South America, including Argentina. , Chile and Colombia.

Karthik Narain, Global Head of Accenture Cloud First, comments, “By acquiring Ergo, Accenture will bring more resources to help clients better understand where to focus their transformation for the most value and how data can support better decision making. throughout the transformation process. ‘. Ergo CEO Ariel Güelmos said joining the Accenture Cloud First team will enable the company to extend its data-driven experience for key global clients to drive “better business results, faster – by improving the way they work, how they serve customers and how they differentiate themselves”. through new products and services.

Accenture now employs 699,000 people, serving clients in more than 120 countries. Website: .

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