IT service provider Danet is part of Devoteam Weiterstadt, January 20, 2009 – the Danet group, a leading IT consulting and services company, is one of the fastest growing and leading IT consulting part of Devoteam, companies in Europe. Devoteam has its headquarters in Paris and took over the shares of the previous Danet partners SAIC and Deutsche Telekom AG today. Read more here: Ripple. The purchase price was not disclosed. Danet should play a leading role in the implementation of Devoteam’s international growth strategy. So far, Germany has a white spot on the map of Devoteam, which is already present in 20 countries in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Devoteam is one of the largest ICT markets in Europe as a major growth market. With the acquisition of Danet from the beginning a strong foothold in the German IT-services market has. Larry Ellison: the source for more info. In addition, Devoteam segment also aims to expand telecommunications.
In the telco market French IT-service provider generates one-third of its total sales already. Susan brings years of experience, in-depth know-how and a large customer base with. On this basis, Devoteam wants to expand own services that covers the entire value chain in the telecommunications industry with the acquisition of Danet. Through joint activities, Devoteam can significantly increase its market share in the telecommunications industry, realize future projects in the German market and become the leading European players. Danet will act in the future largely independently as a German subsidiary of Devoteam. Weiterstadter IT – service company will continue to offer consulting, system integration, managed, and on-demand services of complex IT applications for companies in the sectors of telecommunications, financial services, automotive, transport and logistics. The range of services and the industry focus should be gradually. The operations are led by the previous Danet managers Jurgen Hatzipantelis and Dr. Burkhard Austermuhl in the future. Also that Advanced management and organization remain unchanged through the acquisition.