Accenture to acquire Navisite

11 January 2024 2 min. read
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Accenture has agreed to acquire Navisite, an Andover, MA-based digital transformation and managed services firm.

Founded in 1996, Navisite has practices in cloud, application, database, infrastructure, data analytics, and security services. The firm has a team of 1,500 people across offices in the US, Costa Rica, UK, and India, including 400 cloud engineers with more than 2,000 certifications across various cloud providers.

Navisite works with clients in sectors including technology, business services, healthcare, life sciences, and manufacturing.

The Boston-area firm was acquired by PE firm Madison Dearborn Partners in 2019 and was subsequently merged with several portfolio companies in managed IT services, including RDX, Clckwrk, and ClearDB.

Accenture’s acquisition of Navisite will bolster its application and infrastructure managed services capabilities. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Accenture to acquire Navisite

“With skills steeped in cloud, infrastructure, and application services, Navisite’s talented team expands our ability to help clients embrace new technologies and ways of working, to unlock the next-level of business reinvention,” said Manish Sharma, CEO of Accenture North America.

The Navisite deal continues Accenture’s strong M&A impulse, which includes 13 acquisitions in the most recently closed quarter. Recent US deals include Incapsulate, a Salesforce consultancy, and OnProcess Technology, a supply chain managed services firm.

“Through the hard work and dedication of our teams, we have been a trusted digital transformation partner for growing and established global brands. Accenture is the ideal partner for Navisite’s next chapter as we expand and enhance our client service offering to drive our growth, while creating exciting new opportunities for our people,” said Mark Clayman, CEO of Navisite.

Headquartered in Dublin, Accenture has 743,000 people providing services in strategy and consulting, technology, operations, industry X, and digital and marketing.