Accenture acquires specialist ClientHouse

28 January 2014 1 min. read
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Accenture has bought ClientHouse, a specialist in the area of and Veeva Systems solutions. ClientHouse is based in Jena, Germany, and has just under 40 consultants on its payroll. With the acquisition Accenture boosts its global expertise, which according to the firm currently consists of more than 2,400 experts.

ClientHouse is a Cloud Alliance Partner and operates one of the longest-standing Salesforce training centers in Europe. The company, founded in 2003, is also a strategic alliance partner of Veeva Systems, which offers cloud-based CRM solutions tailored to mainly the life sciences and biotech companies.

Accenture koopt specialist ClientHouse

''Demand for services is growing rapidly in Europe as more companies adopt digital strategies to collaborate better with customers and partners, drive greater operational efficiencies, and accelerate the development of innovative new products and services. Acquiring ClientHouse will reinforce our global leadership position in delivering Salesforce implementation services and will help propel our SaaS business in Germany and Europe'' says Jack Ramsay of Accenture.

André Klose, co-founder of ClientHouse, is pleased with his company’s integration into the global professional services provider: ''By joining Accenture and expanding their market-leading Salesforce implementation and SaaS capabilities, we can offer our vision in transforming business processes leveraging industry best-practices and leading-edge SaaS technologies to an even wider range of clients.''