Data Intensity Acquires Enrich and Inatech; Adds Global Reach and Procurement Solutions to Portfolio of Managed and Cloud Services

BEDFORD, Mass. – February 24, 2016Data Intensity, the leader in professional services, and managed and cloud services for Oracle technologies and applications, today announced that it has acquired Oracle enterprise solution provider, Enrich with operations in North America, Europe and Asia and the Oracle practice of UK-based provider, Inatech. Together we are now one of the largest independent Oracle service providers, from consulting and implementation to ongoing application management and cloud hosting.

Adding Enrich to the Data Intensity portfolio expands Data Intensity’s ability to provide end-to-end Oracle enterprise solutions including procurement, supply chain, financials and HR, in addition to its comprehensive database and analytics solutions. The acquisition of Inatech, along with Enrich, increases the company’s global footprint with go-to-market teams in the UK, Asia Pacific and the Middle East. Inatech’s Oracle practice will be rolled into Enrich UK and Indian operations. All of this serves to strengthen Data Intensity’s ability to:

  • offer an expanded portfolio of solutions to help customers turn their business processes and data into action that impacts their bottom line;
  • deliver expanded expertise and coverage across Oracle’s enterprise product portfolio; and
  • provide customers with a more comprehensive solution for developing, integrating, and managing in a hybrid cloud environment.

“We have not only expanded our solution portfolio with procurement and supply chain offerings, we are also a truly global organization now,” said Kirk Arnold, CEO, Data Intensity. “Having strong India-based teams, with locations in Hyderabad, Chennai, and Bangalore, as well as go-to-market and delivery teams in the UK, India and the Middle East, enhances Data Intensity’s position as a global services organization – with an unmatched breadth of Oracle services and capabilities. We can now serve our customers around the world in a more effective way, and enhance our position as a trusted partner in their journey to the cloud.”

Enrich’s solutions help leading companies such as AT&T, Sanofi, Nature’s Bounty, British Telecom, Carillion, and Aurobindo Pharma achieve a rapid return on investment from their Oracle solutions. “This transaction benefits the entire Enrich and Inatech customer base,” said Arul Murugan, CEO of Enrich. “Our customers will now have access to the largest privately held managed and cloud services provider in the industry, with hundreds of years of experience hosting and managing some of the most complex Oracle ERP environments.”

About Enrich
Enrich offers end-to-end Oracle ERP solutions from procurement to supply chain to financials. They specialize in providing a purpose-built solution for Oracle Advanced Procurement: from spend analytics, opportunity assessments and sourcing to contract management, catalog management, supplier management, and working capital initiatives. These include public cloud, private cloud, on-premise and hybrid offerings, making them a one-stop shop for implementation and / or application managed services.

About Inatech
Inatech’s portfolio of IT and ERP products complements its vast experience of successfully managing Oracle Implementations. Clients benefit from an international delivery model that promotes the competitive edge needed to thrive in today’s dynamic markets.

About Data Intensity
Data Intensity is the industry leader in managed and cloud services for Oracle technologies and applications. The company combines best-of-breed technology, world-class services, a flexible business model, and deep rooted expertise gained from hundreds of successful deployments. By uniquely and cost-effectively supporting the full scope of a customer’s enterprise data lifecycle, Data Intensity enables companies to achieve their business goals by making their most critical applications and data meaningful and actionable. To learn more, visit www.dataintensity.com.



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