Capgemini is buying independent MuleSoft full-service constancy, WhiteSky labs to help support the digital transformation of public and private sector organisations. 

According to the company, 150 people from WhiteSky lab will join the Capgemini team. The transaction is due to close, subject to usual conditions, in the coming weeks.

Olaf Pietschner, Managing Director of Capgemini in Australia & New Zealand, said the acquisition of WhiteSky Labs will help the company accelerate its clients’ digital transformations, enabling them to unlock data across legacy systems, cloud apps and devices to make smarter, faster decisions and create highly differentiated, connected experiences for their customers. 

He said, “Welcoming this large team of specialist Mulesoft professionals to Capgemini will make us a market leader in this space across Australia and the Asia region, offering clients a depth and breadth of services for end-to-end integration solutions.”

WhiteSky Labs works with more than 40 current MuleSoft customers including Energy Australia, Mynt, Blackmores, Qantas and 7-Eleven. Client projects span multiple sectors and include full-stack consulting services on the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform, managed support services, license management and training services. 

 Steve Wilson, CEO, WhiteSky Labs said joining Capgemini means they will be able to offer clients our deep MuleSoft expertise coupled with end-to-end digital transformation services at scale, increasing our ability to answer the needs of global enterprises.

“Accelerating digital transformations has never been more important and to achieve that requires the combined capability that we are creating with Capgemini to unlock data across any application or endpoint,” Wilson said. 

MuleSoft provides the world’s leading platform for building application networks across any cloud and on-premise, according to Fernando Alvarez, Chief Strategy and Development Officer at Capgemini. 

“The addition of WhiteSky Labs’ specialist and award-winning expertise to our Australia and Asia operation will not only help to meet the digital transformation needs of our clients across the region, enabling them to unlock data across legacy systems, cloud apps and devices, but it will also bolster our expertise in this space that is very much in demand across the globe.”

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