Fluido acquired by Infosys
The digital service provider and consulting company Infosys has announced that it will acquire Finnish Salesforce advisor and consulting partner Fluido.
Infosys is one of most successful Indian IT companies, being the first to be listed on the NASDAQ, and has approximately 200 000 employees in over 45 countries. With the procurement of Fluido, the company is looking to deepen and broaden its service offering. Fluido has offices in all Nordic countries, which offers Infosys an established presence in various industries in Northern Europe, including manufacturing, energy, retail and telecommunications.
“Fluido will be an important addition to the Infosys family, bringing a unique combination of market presence, deep Salesforce expertise, agile delivery and training that combined with our existing capabilities will help companies reimagine and transform their businesses,” says Ravi Kumar, president and deputy COO at Infosys. “This acquisition also aligns to our efforts to invest in local capabilities in the regions in which we operate.”
For Fluido, the deal offers better tools to serve its current customers, by incorporating Infosys’ service portfolio.
“With Infosys we will now be able to provide truly global scalable services while maintaining the close relationship with our customers,” says Kai Mäkelä, founder and CEO of Fluido. “Both the scale and breadth of the Infosys portfolio of offerings, broad industry expertise and enterprise cloud adoption are an exciting opportunity for Fluido customers, and our people.”
Fluido, as a Salesforce platinum consulting partner, and Infosys, as the second largest Indian IT company, make a good match in the eyes of Salesforce.
“Both Fluido and Infosys are important partners in the Salesforce ecosystem that are each driving outstanding customer experiences by utilising the world’s leading CRM platform,” says Tyler Prince, EVP in charge of industries and partners at Salesforce. “Together, their combined expertise will further drive our customers’ digital transformations across industries in the Nordics and European market.”