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DXC Technology sells Microsoft Dynamics business unit to

Micosoft partner has acquired the Microsoft Dynamics business unit from DXC Technology, ReQlogic and Homebuilder One. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

This is the technology M&A deal number 699 that ChannelE2E has covered so far in 2022. Browse over 1,000 technology M&A deals involving MSPs, MSSPs and IT service providers listed here. acquires Microsoft Dynamics business from DXC Technology

Founded in 1990, is based in Seattle, Washington. His 939 employees are listed on LinkedIn.’s areas of expertise include Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Dynamics AX Solutions, ERP Implementation, ERP Consulting, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Professional Services Automation (PSA) Software, Microsoft Dynamics Development Services, Microsoft Dynamics Support, Microsoft Dynamics Consulting, and Includes Microsoft Dynamics. ERP.

Founded in 2017, DXC Technology is based in Ashburn, Virginia. The company has his 93,333 employees listed on LinkedIn. DXC’s areas of expertise include his BPaaS in Insurance and his BPO, Analytics and Engineering, Applications, Security, Cloud, IT Outsourcing and Modern Workplace.

The acquisition is an important move for and forms part of its go-to-market strategy in the region, the company said.

ReQlogic is an eProcurement, requisition, AP automation, time tracking and expense management solution integrated with Microsoft Dynamics Business Central. Homebuilder One is a cloud-based solution built on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and his SCM that helps home builders track complex projects.

According to, the deal includes approximately 480 new customers, expanding the company’s market reach and customer portfolio.

Earlier this year, announced the acquisition of Dynamic Consulting. The deal follows the announcement that the company has secured $50 million in growth funding from Kartesia, an independent, private provider of credit and capital solutions with a pan-European presence. extends Microsoft services

Jonathan Stipura, President, Americas,

Jonathan Stypula, president of Americas, commented:

“We are an experienced partner who is 100% dedicated to Microsoft and is committed to helping our clients realize their full potential in the Microsoft cloud, regardless of size or complexity. The rapid adoption of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in the enterprise (SMB) market presents a great opportunity for ReQlogic to prepare for the next wave of growth.” Americas Chief Revenue Officer Matt Calderwood said:

“We already have extensive experience bringing project-based industry solutions to market, and the Homebuilder One product doubles that focus. We are excited to help builders transform the way they do business, and we invest heavily in both ReQlogic and Homebuilder One products to ensure that our customers get the most value from both products. This is also true for around 40 strategic clients who leverage the leading managed services offering of we already have deep knowledge and experience with both products.It is important to us that our team’s industry, Our goal is to leverage our product and channel knowledge and combine it with’s expertise and history of developing and supporting ISV solutions for partners and Microsoft, thereby unlocking the potential of these two products. will be able to release the

DXC takeover conspiracy

In early 2021, DXC itself appeared to be a potential acquisition target. Reuters reports that European multinational IT services and consulting firm Atos is having “friendly” conversations with the company. By late February, however, Athos said it had decided not to pursue a potential acquisition.

Most recently, news broke that DXC had exited Russia following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.