Accenture acquired Headspring, a cloud service firm

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Accenture (ACN) has acquired Headspring to expand its cloud-first and platform engineering capabilities. Headspring is a cloud-native services firm based in Texas.

The actual figures and terms of the deal are not yet disclosed. Market shares of the company have gained 44% over last year.

Founded in 2001, Headspring offers a wide range of cloud services including platform architecture, product management, engineering, and modernization across various sectors and industries, including government, energy, and financial services. 

Accenture Cloud First platform and its engineering services will highly benefit from the inclusion of a highly-skilled consulting team of Headspring. The association will help clients achieve faster cloud transformations and improved returns from their cloud investments.

Headspring has a team of highly skilled professionals with specialisation in cloud engineering and cloud-native services. 

They will join Accenture Cloud First and will contribute to enhancing Accenture’s platform engineering capabilities by working closely with hyperscalers. 

Headspring’s comprehensive suite of services includes:

  • Platform Engineering services include end-to-end cloud-native platform architecture and development from the foundation to the experience layer.
  • Platform Modernization services include re-platforming and integration modernization, cloud migration, code transformation and visual redesign.
  • Platform Architecture services include re-architecting platform foundations to support the new platform architecture.
  • Product Management services include gross assessment and analysis of pain points based on scaled severity, time inefficiency, frequency of occurrence, risk of inaccuracy and technology bottlenecks. Inventing roadmap and requirements for platforms for desired outcomes.

Headspring has the best work ethic and environment. It has been voted the Best Company to Work for in Texas regularly since 2013.

Headspring is committed to helping clients leverage the cloud to stand out in an evolving market. 

Headspring works by understanding clients’  teams, goals, and vision. This makes Headspring different and unique. 

This will complement Accenture’s focus on business outcomes. Collectively with Accenture’s team, Headspring will elevate its status as the trusted transformation advisor and executer said, Dustin Wells, founder, president & CEO of Headspring.

Accenture’s move to acquire Headspring will help it scale the most comprehensive platform engineering and cloud-native capabilities in the world. 

The wide outreach and expertise of Headspring’s cloud-focused services and its significant experience working with Fortune 500 companies over the past two decades will add value to Accenture’s existing cloud capabilities globally said, Karthik Narain, global lead of Accenture Cloud First.

Headspring was created a decade ago with ninety employees. Headspring is has a reputation for serving public and private sector clients across several industries.

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