To help create SAP consulting powerhouse
NEW YORK|BANGALORE/April 26-2022: Wipro Ltd, a leading global information technology, consulting, and business process services company, has on Tuesday signed a definitive agreement to acquire Rizing Intermediate Holdings. a global SAP consulting firm.
The company said the new acquisition is expected to significantly expand Wipro’s breadth of capabilities in helping businesses transform into intelligent enterprises.
Rizing is the latest in a series of acquisitions by Wipro, underscoring the company’s ambitious growth agenda.
Rizing’s high-touch approach, along with its industry expertise and SAP consulting capabilities in enterprise asset management, consumer industries, and human experience management, will be instrumental in advancing Wipro’s position as a sought-after advisor for clients’ most complex SAP transformations.
Welcoming the Rizing team to the Wipro family Thierry Delaporte, Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director, Wipro said Rizing’s complementary consulting capabilities and strong client relationships will significantly boost Wipro’s existing offering, creating one of the most differentiated SAP services in the marketplace.
“Together, we will be able to expand our presence in high-growth industry sectors,” Delaporte added.
Rajan Kohli, President of Wipro’s iDEAS (Integrated Digital, Engineering and Application Services) business, said the clients’ digital transformation needs are rapidly evolving, and they are turning to the company to help them become Intelligent enterprises.
As one of the leading strategic partners in the world for SAP, Rizing is expected to become a critical extension of Wipro’s SAP Cloud practice and Wipro FullStride Cloud Services.
The combined offering will help clients surface unique business opportunities and new competitive advantages through SAP cloud implementations.
“With Wipro’s backing, we will be able to enhance the value we deliver to our current clients and bring our differentiated offering to a broader universe of businesses,” said Mike Maiolo, Chief Executive Officer, Rizing.