Accenture Completes Acquisition Of DayNine To Boost Market-Leading Workday Capabilities

Accenture (NYSE:ACN) has completed its acquisition of DayNine, a leading global Workday consulting and deployment services provider with vast expertise in helping organizations transform their employee experience and financial management systems to better navigate change and drive growth. The acquisition extends Accenture's already strong position in Workday and provides new value for clients.

"We are pleased to welcome the leadership and talented professionals of DayNine to Accenture," said Saideep Raj, managing director, Cloud First Applications, Accenture. "As more and more organizations seek to modernize their employee experience and financial management systems, the scale and capabilities of our combined Workday certified workforce will be invaluable for clients as they transform their organizations."

As part of this acquisition, approximately 400 DayNine professionals with more than 1,250 Workday certifications have joined the existing Accenture Workday group working within the Accenture Cloud First Applications team. The Accenture DayNine group, which is led by DayNine CEO and co-founder Tim Ramos, is now the largest certified workforce in the Workday ecosystem across all phases of Workday deployment.

DayNine, headquartered in Pleasanton, CA and with 14 additional offices across the United States, Europe, and Asia, was founded in 2009 with an exclusive focus on Workday. It has since grown to be a leading global Workday Services Partner.

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