Devoteam kicks of 2022 by swallowing two Microsoft Cloud pure players

The French services giant said the buys will drive its EMEA expansion

Kelsey Rees
clock • 1 min read
Devoteam kicks of 2022 by swallowing two Microsoft Cloud pure players

Devoteam has kicked off 2022 high with the acquisition of two Microsoft Cloud pure players; Alfun in France and Necsia in Spain. The buys follow its takeover of Nordic cloud partner Cloudeon in September. With these latest additions, the French services company claims it is widely accelerating not only with specific and targeted acquisitions but also with a strong organic growth of more than 30 per cent and a recruitment of 500 experts in 2022. It explained that, with the additional 142...

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