Mergers and Acquisitions

Wolf & Company Acquires Data Consultant Treehouse Technology Group

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Accounting and advisory firm Wolf & Company has acquired data strategy consultant Treehouse Technology Group (TTG) and its data analytics tool InsightOut for an undisclosed amount.

The acquisition will expand Wolf & Company’s in-house data expertise, which it says will provide actionable insights and strategic clients to the company’s clients.

This is technology M&A deal number 130 that ChannelE2E and MSSP Alert have covered so far in 2024. See more than 2,000 technology M&A deals for 2024, 2023, 2022, 2021, and 2020 listed here.

Wolf & Company, founded in 1911, is based in Boston, Massachusetts. The company has 449 employees listed on LinkedIn. Wolf & Company’s areas of expertise include audit, WolfPAC Integrated Risk Management, tax, regulatory compliance, business advisory, internal audit, and technology audit & aecurity.

Treehouse Technology Group, founded in 2013 is also based in Boston. The company has 19 employees listed on LinkedIn. TTG’s areas of expertise include database development, technology strategy, system integration, data management, data strategy, digital transformation, data architecture, CRM integration, technical due diligence, enterprise reporting and analytics, application development, and ERP integration.

Wolf and Company Acquires TTG: Executive Insight

"This strategic acquisition aligns with our commitment to providing unparalleled value to our clients by leveraging the latest technologies and industry expertise,” said Gerald Gagne, CEO at Wolf & Company. “Incorporating the combined team's reputation for prioritizing customer experience and delivering custom solutions will be a valuable addition to our firm, as we continue to deliver on our commitment of becoming our clients' advisor of choice."

"Together, we can provide a broader range of services and solutions to meet the ever-changing needs of clients in today's data-driven business landscape,” said Philip Wess, chief executive officer at Treehouse Technology Group. “This partnership is just the beginning, and we are looking forward to the future as a team."