DXC Technology Acquires Tribridge and Concerto Cloud Services
IT services company DXC Technology announced on Wednesday that it has acquired Tampa, Fla.-based Tribridge to add to its expertise in Microsoft Dynamics. With the acquisition, Tribridge will be known as Tribridge, a DXC Technology Company.
According to the announcement, the acquisition also includes Concerto Cloud Services, which Tribridge launched in 2014 as a separate business to offer premium IaaS solutions. It will go to market as DXC Concerto.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The acquisition is a first for DXC Technology, which was formed in April through the combination of CSC and the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. It has nearly 6,000 clients in 70 countries around the world.
“Enterprises are constantly demanding end-to-end integration with hybrid-cloud platforms to rapidly develop, deploy, execute and protect next-generation applications,” Troy Richardson, DXC senior vice president and general manager of Enterprise & Cloud Applications said in a statement. “The combined capabilities of DXC Eclipse and Tribridge offer clients a complete end-to-end solution, one that significantly differentiates DXC as a leader in the marketplace.”
DXC Eclipse is a Microsoft Gold Partner, and has worked with over 1,700 customers across the Pacific and in North America. It delivers Microsoft Dynamics 365, ERP, CRM, business process, analytics, and collaboration solutions on-prem and in the cloud.
Tribridge has 740 employees in North America and Europe, and has been a Microsoft Dynamics 365 partner since 2004. The company also sells proprietary software built on the MS Dynamics 365 CRM platform in key vertical markets like healthcare.
DXC Technology said that Tribridge will bring significant value to the existing DXC Eclipse business in the Americas, and will help it grow its offerings across healthcare, government, consumer packaged goods and professional services verticals.
“Our single focus for nearly 20 years has been to help organizations solve their toughest business challenges through the latest technologies and a commitment to exceptional customer service,” Tony DiBenedetto, Tribridge co-founder and CEO said in a statement. “We are excited to become part of a global company with a shared vision, and look forward to continuing our growth trajectory with DXC Technology. This is a unique opportunity for the Tribridge team to drive innovation for our clients.”