Capgemini takes in Salesforce partner oinio

Staff writer
B/OSS Asia

Capgemini has acquired oinio to augment its capabilities in providing digital transformation services around the Salesforce solutions and platform across Europe and Asia.

This bolt-on acquisition fits into the Capgemini group's digital growth strategy.

Based in Munich, oinio has become over the past 15 years one of the major European players in the consulting and deployment of Salesforce cloud-based CRM and digital marketing solutions.

As an elite Salesforce Platinum Cloud Alliance partner, oinio has established itself as a key provider in this market with more than 600 projects for a portfolio of international clients in life sciences, manufacturing, financial services, high tech and utilities.

The company has shown rapid growth in the last five years. It employs over 100 people in Germany and China.

"As part of Capgemini, a global leader in digital business transformation, we’ll be able to offer Salesforce based agile innovation to enterprise customers at scale, to drive quicker business outcomes. It’s a commitment to our customers, our team and to the digital era," said Maic Stohr, CEO of oinio.

Jean Lassignardie, corporate VP and group head of Salesforce expert and transformation services at Capgemini, said the recognized expertise of oinio will allow the firm to reinforce its position in the European and Asian markets, while strengthening our partnership with Salesforce globally.

“Together, we will be able to quickly deploy the most innovative solutions to support our customers in their business transformation and growth acceleration," said Lassignardie.

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