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Accenture acquires supply chain specialist

The American-based supply chain business has been acquired by Accenture to enhance Oracle capabilities

Global business Accenture has announced it has agreed to acquire integrated supply chain specialist firm Inspirage.

Inspirage focuses on using Oracle technology, as the acquisition is set to strengthen Accenture’s Oracle capabilities in the supply chain.

The logistics-minded move will help Accenture innovate for clients with emerging technologies in the touchless supply chain sphere.

Inspirage was founded in 2007 and is based in Bellevue, Washington state.

Once the acquisition is finalised, Inspirage’s 710 employees will join Accenture’s Oracle business group to expand its supply chain capabilities and create innovative supply chain networks.

“In a time of unprecedented disruption and supply constraints, companies need to reimagine, build, and operate supply chain networks that orchestrate change, simplify people’s lives and positively impact business, society and the planet,” says North American lead of Accenture supply chain and operations Renato Scaff.

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“With the addition of Inspirage and its deep industry and systems experience, Accenture will be even better positioned to help our clients reinvent supply chain and manufacturing through Oracle technologies.”

CEO and co-founder of Inspirage Srini Subramanian says: “For 15 years, we have been highly focused on customer success and innovating to stay ahead of client and industry challenges.”

“Our people take immense satisfaction in solving the most difficult supply chain problems and making a difference for our clients and Oracle partners. Together with Accenture, we can deliver these highly specialized capabilities at scale globally, while creating new growth opportunities for our people.”

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