Genpact recently announced it has acquired Enquero, a firm that offers data engineering and data-led digital transformation services. The acquisition comes as organizations are dealing with an ever-growing volume and complexity of data, whether it be external, internal, structured, or unstructured. In an environment where businesses across verticals and geographies are experiencing volatility as a result of shifts in customer expectations and business models, the intelligent use of data will be crucial for business growth.
Genpact provides BPM software solutions to organizations worldwide. Cora, the provider’s Intelligent Business Process Management Suite (iBPMS), enables rapid build and change of high availability, mobile-enabled workflow applications that deliver significant digital business change. The solution combines the products acquired with RAGE Frameworks, PNMsoft, TandemSeven, and technologies developed in Genpact’s own analytics and artificial intelligence practices. Additionally, Cora allows business users and process developers to access a simple, intuitive system within a single interface.
With significant strengths in industries such as high tech and consumer goods, Enquero furthers Genpact’s foundation of existing capabilities in providing end-to-end transformation to enterprise clients. These features make the acquisition of Enquero particularly timely as many organizations are looking to harness data, cloud technologies, and analytics to facilitate growth and be more resilient, agile, and connected.
In a press statement, ‘Tiger’ Tyagarajan, chief executive officer of Genpact said, “today’s announcement increases the scale and depth of our data and analytics teams and further enhances our capabilities to accelerate the digital transformation journeys of our clients. I am excited that Arvinder Pal Singh and the very talented Enquero team are joining Genpact at a time when we are seeing strong demand from our clients for exactly these types of solutions to help them navigate and win in challenging markets.”
Chief executive officer of Enquero, Arvinder Pal Singh, also added, “Enquero enables our clients’ strategies to succeed through orchestrating data, process, and technology in a connected digital ecosystem. We started Enquero in 2014 in Silicon Valley to help organizations better leverage data and cloud technologies. Joining Genpact is the logical next step for us. Genpact’s domain, process and technology leadership, global footprint, scale, and extensive client base will help both Genpact and Enquero, as a combined force, scale our solutions to transform even more organizations.”
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