Alegri, Microsoft and SAP partner, belongs to Devoteam effective 1 July 2018. The core business of Alegri, including multicloud and digital workplace, can continue its growth strategy within the Devoteam Group. Alegri will now operate under the brand Devoteam | Alegri.
Since its founding in 2001, Alegri has been a partner of Microsoft, especially active in the areas of SharePoint, agile development and IT infrastructure, unified communications and collaboration, FDA/GxP compliance, CRM, internet of things and cloud technologies with Microsoft Azure and Office 365. The SAP team focuses on the S/4 Hana road map in particular.
Alegri helps large accounts across various sectors (Automotive, Pharmaceutical, Industry, Finance, Retail), to move to a digital workplace and agile cloud centric IT, notably using Microsoft solutions.
With the acquisition of Alegri, Devoteam will integrate 240 professionals in the ten offices across the region as well as its revenue, planned at 40 million euros for 2018, into its company. The future brand will be Devoteam | Alegri.
Devoteam is an international IT consultancy with headquarters in Paris and shareholdings in 18 countries across EMEA. Devoteam specializes in the digital transformation of large companies. With its motto “We are #DigitalTransformakers”, the company declares its commitment in solving the current challenges of enterprise IT.
“This is a major step for Alegri,” explained Andreas Radix, COO of Alegri. “We are excited to join Devoteam, an international group with an entrepreneurial culture, bringing our unique expertise to Devoteam’s strategic offer. This will give us the international reach and the capabilities to take greater commitments towards our large accounts customers.”
“This acquisition is a significant move for Devoteam to reinforce our overall position on the Digital Workplace space, one of our strategic offers, and it also brings our size in Germany, one of our strategic geographies, to close to €100 million revenues per year,” commented Stanislas de Bentzmann, co-founder & CEO of Devoteam.