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DXC Acquires Microsoft Dynamics 365, SAP Partner

DXC Technology is acquiring the service business of EG A/S, which focuses mainly on Microsoft Dynamics 365, with some additional SAP and Infor M3 expertise. The acquired business will tuck into the DXC Eclipse unit. Financial terms were not disclosed.

DXC CEO Mike Lawrie
DXC CEO Mike Lawrie

EG’s service business, based in Copenhagen, Denmark, has roughly 570 employees across the Nordic region, including Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Poland, DXC indicated. EG's ERP and CRM focus includes roughly 4,000 mid-market and enterprise customers.

By contrast, DXC's Eclipse business is a Microsoft Gold Partner delivering Microsoft Dynamics 365, ERP, CRM, business process, analytics, and collaboration solutions. The division, which has assisted roughly 1,700 customers, has extensive reach across the Pacific (Australia, New Zealand and Fiji) and in North America (U.S. and Canada).

Describing the deal, DXC CEO Mike Lawrie said:

“The combination of EG with DXC Eclipse will extend DXC’s leadership as a Microsoft Dynamics 365 systems integrator, greatly enhancing our ability to address client needs in the Nordic region and globally. This also represents a significant investment for DXC in the Nordics, which is recognized as one of the most digitally capable areas in the world.”

DXC Technologies: Acquiring ServiceNow, Salesforce and Digital Partners

This is the latest in a growing list of DXC Technologies acquisitions. Earlier deals include:

Microsoft Dynamics Partner Acquisitions

Meanwhile, M&A activity involving Microsoft Dynamics partners has been steady. Example deals include:

Similar M&A activity has occurred in rival ERP and CRM ecosystems — including the Oracle, Salesforce and SAP partner networks.

Joe Panettieri

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