PwC US acquires Netrovert's cloud business

23 June 2022 2 min. read
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PwC US has acquired the cloud consulting assets of Netrovert, a Hicksville, NY-based IT consultancy focusing on enterprise integration.

Founded in 1996, Netrovert helps Fortune 500 clients integrate their growing array of apps, systems. Processes, data, and cloud services into a unified system and connected experience. The firm primarily works on MuleSoft engagements, including as a subcontractor to the software platform’s professional services division. Owned by Salesforce, MuleSoft is a popular integration software that uses application programming interfaces (APIs) to connect diverse applications, data, and devices.

Netrovert has more than 100 employees across offices in the US, Brazil, Hungary, India, and Australia. The IT firm also has practices in storage area networks and application management services.

PwC’s acquisition will strengthen its MuleSoft practice and its ability to deliver cloud integration services.PwC US acquires Netrovert's cloud business“Today’s organizations are distributed ecosystems of employees, customers, and suppliers—all with different processes and systems,” said Cenk Ozdemir, PwC US cloud and digital leader. “Together with Netrovert, we’ll help clients enable a seamless flow of data and protect that data across their entire cloud ecosystem—helping our clients enable their digital business models, unlock value, and build trust.”

PwC Global last year announced plans to invest $12 billion and add 100,000 people over a five-year period. The 295,000-person accounting and consulting network committed to expanding its talent and capabilities in high-demand client areas – with cloud a top priority.

“As leaders in integration and workflow automation services spanning on-premises and cloud-based apps, data, and devices, we look forward to augmenting PwC's business transformation capabilities with our extensive technical expertise,” said Ravi Lam, CEO of Netrovert. “We will create compelling value for our clients by extending our integration capabilities beyond technology to include strategy and delivery, as well as guidance on organization, culture, process, control, cybersecurity, and governance.”

Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.