DXC Plans To Acquire Denmark's EG For Microsoft Dynamics 365 Skills


IT services company DXC Technology is continuing its expansion by acquisition with the planned purchase of the services business EG A/S, a leading integrator of Microsoft Dynamics 365 in Northern Europe.

DXC on Friday said the division, which also provides services for Infor M3 and SAP, will be integrated into DXC's Eclipse practice and with DXC's SAP practice.

Terms of the deal, which is slated to close some time this quarter, were not released.

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A DXC spokesperson told CRN via email that the company is not able to respond to requests for additional information at this time.

Copenhagen, Denmark-based EG was founded in 1977, and brings DXC about 570 employees in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Poland. The company has about 4,000 midmarket and enterprise customers, DXC said.

Mike Lawrie, DXC chairman, president, and CEO, said in a prepared statement that EG will extend DXC’s leadership as a Microsoft Dynamics 365 systems integrator. "This also represents a significant investment for DXC in the Nordics, which is recognized as one of the most digitally capable areas in the world," Lawrie said in the statement.

DXC has a long string of acquisitions, both domestically and internationally, since its April 2017 formation from the combination of CSC with HPE Enterprise Services.

The company earlier this month said it plans to purchase Switzerland-based digital consultancy Luxoft for $2 billion.

DXC in November purchased two ServiceNow partners, TESM and BusinessNow, to beef up its growing ServiceNow practice.

The company in October acquired argodesign, an Austin, Texas-based design studio and consultancy.

In September, it acquired leading Australia-based Salesforce integrator System Partners.

DXC is also no stranger to spinning off parts of its business. The company in March of 2018 merged its existing U.S. government business with two other companies, federal government consultancy Vencore with background investigation service provider KeyPoint, into a new pure-play U.S. government provider called Perspecta.