Cprime expands into Asia Pacific with acquisition of Elabor8

24 April 2023 Consulting.us 1 min. read
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Cprime, a San Mateo, CA-based agile and technology consulting firm, has acquired Elabor8, a Melbourne-based digital transformation consultancy specializing in agile, product, and DevOps.

Founded in 2009, Elabor8 provides consulting and training across operating model, organizational design, ways of working transformation, operational excellence, and digital transformation.

The Atlassian Gold Partner has more than 140 employees across offices in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and London.

The deal will expand Cprime’s presence into Asia-Pacific and provide additional resources to serve clients on a global scale.

Australian consultancy Elabor8 joins global player Cprime

“Elabor8 brings a world-class team of professionals with the same level of focus and dedication to delivering client success that we strive for every day at Cprime,” said Zubin Irani, CEO at Cprime. “Elabor8 has an outstanding reputation in Australia and the APAC region and we are thrilled to have them join our team to provide our clients with cutting-edge solutions that safeguard their competitive edge in the market.”

Cprime was founded in 2003 and has grown to more than 660 employees across 20 offices across North America and Europe. The Atlassian Platinum Partner provides consulting and managed services to help businesses achieve agility, improve visibility and alignment, speed time-to-market, and realize operational and cost saving improvements.

Cprime is a portfolio company of Goldman Sachs and Everstone.

“Becoming part of a global consultancy like Cprime allows us to provide a comprehensive international strategy for our clients as we support them in becoming more responsive to their markets, customers, and competitive changes,” Paul Velonis, CEO at Elabor8, said. “This is an exciting opportunity for both companies that will allow us to combine our expertise and experience for the benefit of our clients around the world.”