Deloitte has announced its intention to purchase the business and assets of Keytree, a technology consultancy that offers services including data analytics, cloud and robotic technologies, and a suite of products and managed services. The Keytree skills base will bolster Deloitte’s implementation of a range of SAP solutions that are designed to help customers with their key digital transformation projects.
“Organizations of every size need to find new ways to thrive post COVID-19 and digital transformation programs will be right at the heart of this,” said Richard Houston, Senior Partner and Chief Executive of Deloitte North and South Europe and Deloitte UK in a statement. “Bringing together our scale and Keytree’s capabilities and entrepreneurial spirit will help our clients to ensure these critical programs support their long-term success.”
UK-based Keytree, founded in 2006, employs 400 people and has additional offices in India, Spain, Australia and Canada. CEO Dan McNamara, Managing Director Tim Kyle and a wider workforce will be integrated into Deloitte’s enterprise technology and performance practice. No information on the acquisition’s purchase price was released.
“Bringing together Keytree’s market-leading experience in SAP digital design and innovation with our own will give Deloitte clients an unrivalled breadth and depth of knowledge as they transform the functions at the heart of their businesses,” said Rob Cullen, Partner and Enterprise Technology Leader at Deloitte UK in a statement. “Client service teams from Deloitte and Keytree have collaborated for a number of years to support clients, and I am excited by the prospect of accelerating Keytree’s growth when it becomes a Deloitte business.”