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DXC Technology acquires reseller, MSP to expand global reach

05 Apr 18

DXC Technology has announced the acquisition of reseller Sable37, and MSP eBECS.

Beginning this month, Sable37 and eBECS will be combined with DXC’s Eclipse practice enabling DXC to expand its Dynamics 365 cloud capabilities across the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, India, UAE, Saudi Arabia, the U.S. and Canada.

“The acquisitions of eBECS and Sable37 will enhance our ability to address client needs and add significant value to DXC’s Eclipse global business,” says DXC enterprise and cloud applications senior vice president and general manager.

“It allows DXC to expand and enhance its cloud-first business with software, services, systems integration and cloud offerings - particularly in financial services, retail, manufacturing and public sector verticals.”

According to DXC Eclipse, the additions of Sable37 and eBECS represent a key part of its strategy to lead the Microsoft partner marketplace, accelerate the digital transformation journey for DXC’s Microsoft clients, and extend the organisation’s cloud-based industry offerings globally.

“Microsoft customers are looking for a trusted partner to help accelerate their digital transformation journeys and empower them to seize the opportunities ahead,” says Microsoft Australia managing director Steve Worrell.

“The expansion of DXC’s Microsoft practice is another great step forward in our global partnership and consolidates DXC’s position as a leading Microsoft Dynamics Gold partner.”

DXC Technology Australia New Zealand managing director Seelan Nayagam adds, “The acquisition of Sable37 consolidates DXC’s position as a leading Microsoft Dynamics 365 independent software integrator in the Australia and New Zealand region.

“Sable37 will grow DXC Eclipse’s global business and allow DXC to expand its cloud-first business with software, services and cloud offerings, particularly in the home builder, retail, manufacturing and distribution industry verticals.”

DXC Eclipse operates across a large geographic span in the in North America (U.S. and Canada), Pacific (Australia, New Zealand and Fiji) and the UK, Ireland, Israel, Middle East & Africa.

It is a Microsoft partner in these regions with over 2,450 Microsoft Dynamics resources worldwide.

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