Accenture acquires Brazilian data analytics company Tenbu

Accenture has acquired Brazilian cloud data and artificial intelligence specialist Tenbu, gaining access to a wide range of analytics solutions and technology experts.

Tenbu, based in São Palo, employs 170 data scientists, whose main job is to help the company’s customers analyze their own data in order to increase their revenue.

“Tenbu is on a mission to inspire people to use data creatively,” Accenture said in a press release.

This is Accenture’s second acquisition in the Brazilian cloud market, following its 2020 purchase of Organize Cloud Labs. Specialist in designing cloud strategies for large and medium-sized enterprises, Organize Cloud Labs was also one of the fastest growing Brazilian companies.

Tenbu will soon be integrated into Accenture, with its employees beginning to serve Accenture Cloud First, a wholly owned subsidiary of the global IT consultancy.

“The addition of the Tenbu team will expand our capabilities to help businesses drive new services, growth and resilience using data from across the cloud continuum for intelligent decision making,” Karthik said. Narain, Global Head of Accenture Cloud First.

“The Tenbu team brings deep data and AI specialists to set clear priorities and help keep different parts of our clients’ organizations aligned to achieve specific business outcomes,” said Paulo Ossamu, who leads Accenture. Technology in Latin America.

Sean N. Ayres