Accenture acquires Palo Alto-based End-to-End Analytics

27 November 2020 2 min. read
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Accenture has acquired End-to-End Analytics, a Palo Alto, California-based data and analytics consulting firm. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Founded in 2005, End-to-End Analytics supports clients with the development of data and analytics strategy, applying optimization and artificial intelligence on a range of technology platforms. The consulting firm helps companies across high tech, retail, consumer, automotive & industrial, and financial services improve their processes, decision-making, and performance in supply chain, sales & marketing, pricing & promotion, human resources, and data science.

The firm endeavors to engage its clients with data and models to help draw insights, with data visualization playing a key role. This helps clients better understand the “why” as much as the final recommendations, the company says.

End-to End has more than 70 professionals across offices in Palo Alto, California; Cambridge, Massachusetts; and Sao Paulo, Brazil. The firm was named one of Forbes’ Best Management Consulting Firms 2020.Accenture acquires Palo Alto-based End-to-End AnalyticsAccenture’s acquisition of End-to-End will further strengthen its data and analytics consulting capabilities in the US and South America. The firm will be rolled into Accenture Applied Intelligence, which helps companies embed artificial intelligence-powered data, analytics, and automation in business workflows. The Applied Intelligence business has more than 40,000 professionals globally, including 4,000 data scientists across approximately 50 dedicated centers.

Accenture’s other recent data and analytics bolt-ons include Analytics8 in Australia, Mudano in the UK, and Clarity Insights in the US.

“Over the past year, our focus on strategic acquisitions has enabled us to enhance how we serve clients in the analytics, data, and AI space,” said Sanjeev Vohra, global lead for Accenture Applied Intelligence. “By adding End-to-End Analytics to Accenture Applied Intelligence, we look forward to scaling their unique approach to data science blended with our functional consulting practice to help our clients navigate the pace of change and gain more business value from their data and AI investments.”

Accenture has kept up its healthy clip of acquisitions, despite making sizable workforce cuts due to the pandemic. Some of its US acquisitions this year include industrial-focused firm Myrtle Consulting Group, inside sales firm N3, and organization design firm Kates Kesler.