Accenture’s Industry X.0 Acquisition Spree Continues with PLM Systems, Callisto Integration, and Silveo

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By Ryan Martin | 2Q 2020 | IN-5830


Digital Manufacturing Gets a Boost


Accenture is on an Industry 4.0 buying spree to expand critical skills and capabilities in the fast-growing digital manufacturing market. In 2019, it acquired consulting and manufacturing services providers Enterprise System Partners (ESP) and Silveo, product innovation and engineering company Nytec, and U.K. innovation firm Happen. At the start of 2020, it picked up product design and innovation agency VanBerlo and software developer ESR Labs. Callisto Integration and PLM Systems, both acquired in May 2020, are the most recent adds to the roster, but they will be far from the last.

This ABI Insight highlights Accenture’s most recent and relevant acquisitions to the company’s overall growth strategy for Industry 4.0 and in so doing underscores the key channels through which new technology adoption occurs in manufacturing.

Six Companies in Six Months


Accenture doesn’t want to be caught flat-footed and its buy and build strategy is clear via the string of recent acquisitions (starting with the most recent)…

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