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M&A List: PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Technology Services, Consulting and Security Acquisitions

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 31: A general view of the exterior of the PWC London offices on March 31, 2021 in London, England. PwC told its UK consultants and accounts that they could expect to work two or three days in the office, observe flexible working hours, and quit early on Fridays this summer, as the company announced longer-term working ...

PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) remains active in the M&A market, acquiring a range of technology service providers, IT consultants, MSPs and cybersecurity companies.

Here is a regularly updated list of PwC acquisitions and investments, and their areas of focus:

12 & 13. June 2022: Zero&One and Applications Consulting Training Solutions, two Microsoft Azure and AWS cloud consulting partners.

11. June 2022: Salesforce Mulesoft partner Netrovert.

10. June 2022: Acquired Venerate Solutions for Salesforce cloud consulting expertise.

8 and 9. May 2022: ID-Consult/METUS and eilersconsulting for supply chain management.

7. April 2022: Acquired Pollen8, a technology consultancy focused on sustainability and green initiatives.

6. March 2022: Acquired minority stake in Cybus GmbH, an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) software company.

5. January 2022: Acquired SAP supply chain software expert Olivehorse.

4. October 2021: Acquired CyberArk partner WebSecure Technologies for privileged access management (PAM) security technologies in Australia.

3. September 2021: Acquired Avaleris, an MSSP that offers Microsoft identity, security and cloud services.

2. November 2020: Acquired AWS cloud partner EagleDream Technologies.

1. October 2020: Acquired SAP partner Tyconz.

On the exit side, PwC sold its U.S. public sector business to Veritas Capital in 2018.

Global Systems Integrators: Example M&A Deals

PwC’s rivals have also been busy on the M&A front. Indeed, companies such as AccentureDeloitteErnst & Young and KPMG have made multiple IT consulting and cybersecurity acquisitions worldwide.

Joe Panettieri

Joe Panettieri is co-founder & editorial director of MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E, the two leading news & analysis sites for managed service providers in the cybersecurity market.