Accenture Cloud First Acquires Tenbu

Paulo Ossamu, who oversees Accenture Technology in Latin America, stated that clients are seeking assistance in understanding how they may monetize throughout the cloud continuum due to changing business and operating models, new architectures, apps, and data. The Tenbu team uses a wealth of data and AI experts to establish clear priorities and support maintaining organizational alignment across many aspects of our clients’ businesses.

By bringing the company’s data and AI experience, industry depth, and repeatable innovation with the cloud ecosystem, the purchase broadens Accenture’s Cloud First capabilities throughout Latin America and beyond, enabling clients to fully realise the value of their data. Tenbu is the eleventh company Accenture has acquired in the previous five years with headquarters in Latin America, along with Wolox and Ergo in Argentina and Organize Cloud Labs in Brazil. Tenbu, a company with its headquarters in Sao Paulo, aims to inspire people to use data creatively.

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Disruptive technology and talent transformation are used to achieve this goal. Tenbu uses a 360-degree approach to help its clients through the whole cloud data journey, combining data, technology, and talent to revolutionize businesses. Tenbu’s CEO, Carlos Pinto, stated that joining the Accenture Cloud First team would allow his company to use its specific skills to assist clients in making wise, informed decisions that add value. Being connected with Accenture Cloud First and working together on commercial possibilities across the Accenture organization is also a tremendous opportunity for our staff to grow.

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