Accenture has acquired the consulting practice of Headspring, a cloud native and platform engineering services firm based in Austin, Texas.
Headspring provides a broad range of cloud services including platform architecture, engineering, modernization and product management.
Headspring’s services and cloud experts will boost Accenture Cloud First’s platform engineering capabilities aimed at helping clients accelerate their transformations and derive greater value from their cloud investments. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
“Accenture’s acquisition of Headspring will help us scale one of the most comprehensive platform engineering and cloud native capabilities in the world. The depth and breadth of Headspring’s cloud-focused services and their significant experience working with Fortune 500 companies over the past two decades will be a valuable addition to our existing cloud engineering capabilities in North America and globally,” said Karthik Narain, global lead of Accenture Cloud First.
Founded in 2001 and with approximately 90 employees in the U.S. and Mexico, Headspring serves public and private sector clients across numerous industries, including energy, financial services, government and nonprofit.
“We’re relentlessly focused on helping clients utilize the cloud to move faster, work better, and stand out in a shifting market. We do this by understanding their teams, goals and vision — that’s the Headspring difference — which aligns perfectly with Accenture’s focus on business outcomes,” said Dustin Wells, founder, president & CEO of Headspring. “Joining the Accenture team will collectively elevate our position as trusted transformation advisors and executers.”
Headspring’s consulting team of highly skilled professionals with accreditations in cloud engineering and cloud native services will join Accenture Cloud First, enhancing Accenture’s platform engineering capabilities in working closely with hyperscalers.