Here Are Accenture’s 23 Acquisitions In 2022
Some major Accenture acquisitions over the last 12 months include Ergo, Blackcomb Consultants and Alfa Consulting.
After a conservative start in the first half of 2022, with less than 10 acquisitions under its belt, Accenture ramped up its acquisition spree in the latter half, buying up numerous companies to complement the many facets of its business. The Dublin-based global systems integrator, No. 1 on CRN’s 2022 Solution Provider 500, did go on a massive spree of acquisitions in April, gathering up six companies altogether, and another spree over the summer. And the acquisitions will likely keep rolling in.
“Our strategy for FY23 remains the same – focusing on acquisitions to scale in new markets, gain new capabilities or deepen industry and functional expertise,” an Accenture spokesperson said in an email.
In 2022, Accenture generated $61.6 billion in revenue, which was a record increase of 22 percent in U.S. dollars. Operating cash flow for fiscal year 2022 was $9.5 billion and free cash flow was a record $8.8 billion. New bookings were a record $71.7 billion.
“Our exceptional performance in fiscal 2022 is a testament to our ability to create enduring 360 value for all our stakeholders: clients, people, shareholders, partners and communities,” Julie Sweet, chair and CEO of Accenture, said during a FY22 Q4 earnings call. “The depth, breadth and relevance of our services uniquely position us to help our clients achieve resilience, agility and growth across every part of the enterprise.”
With strategy, consulting, technology and operations offerings in more than 40 industries powered by large networks of advanced technology and intelligent operations centers, Accenture is ripe with opportunity and revenue growth in 2022. With more than 720,000 team members in more than 120 countries, the global solutions provider is laser focused on scale, experience, industry knowledge and trust.
Here are the 23 Accenture acquisitions has made in 2022 in order of acquisition date from oldest to most recent. The financial terms of each of the deals were not disclosed.