The company Globant has bought the technology and business consultancy Sysdata, focused on digital transformation. The acquisition, which represents the landing of Globant in Italy, strengthens Globant’s presence in Europe and will improve its capacity in digital transformation technologies and services for companies.
Sysdata, based in Bologna, currently has more than 300 employees, offers consulting and complete digital transformation projects to companies in various sectors, including banking, insurance, automotive, energy or retail. The company has strong capabilities in data analytics, marketing technology, business intelligence and enterprise architecture, as well as mobile applications.
After the purchase, Roberto Vecchione, founder of Sysdata, will withdraw from the daily operations of the company. However, he will continue to be linked to her as an advisor, collaborating in her development. Meanwhile, Gianmarco and Guido Vecchione will continue with the company, executing their expansion plan for Italy together with the rest of the staff.
Martin Migoya, CEO of Globant, and one of its foundershas indicated that they are «excited to be able to welcome the Sysdata team to the Globant family. Given their strong culture of innovation, quality and agility, they are the perfect partner to continue Globant’s expansion in the European ecosystem. Together, we will continue to offer high-quality services and products to continue reinventing businesses.”
As for Roberto Vecchione, he stressed that he is «proud of Sysdata’s successful track record and I’m sure Globant is the best partner to take it to the next level. I want to thank all the clients who have trusted us over the last 40 years and let them know that, starting today, and together, we will be able to offer a unique and reinforced offer.”
Martin Umaran, President of EMEA of Globant, and another of its foundershas pointed out that «Sysdata joins Globant to consolidate our expansion in Europe. We are impressed by the long history with its clients in some of the most important industries in Italy, such as banking, insurance and automotive. Globant will complement these and other offerings to continue supporting successful digital transformations.”