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Hikari acquires ProcessUs and announces 30 new jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 30th Apr 2021. Posted in Technology

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Hikari, the Irish data analytics company, today announces that it has acquired Dublin-based software development and process re-engineering startup, ProcessUs.

This acquisition means Hikari is now able provide end-to-end data analytics and process engineering solutions. ProcessUs and its 10 employees will immediately integrate into Hikari, bringing the total number of Hikari employees to 20.

Furthermore, the company is creating 30 new jobs in the next three years in the areas of software development, process re-engineering, and sales and marketing, and will also invest €2.1 million over the next three years. 
 
ProcessUs is headquartered in Ireland and has operations in the Netherlands. It will operate under the Hikari brand with immediate effect. Sixty percent of the enlarged Hikari’s clients will be based in Ireland, with 25% in the Netherlands and a further 15% in the United States. Key client sectors include telecoms, financial services, supply chain, retail, local government and semi-state bodies. 
 
Speaking this week, Founder and Executive Chairman at Hikari, Eamon Moore said, "We are delighted to announce this win-win acquisition, delivering synergy from our two organisations. The strengths of our respective teams are complementary, creating a complete skillset for the entire Microsoft Power Platform, our platform of choice for developing business solutions for our customers."

Founder and Director at ProcessUs, David Cox added, "We are excited to become part of the Hikari team, and the merging of our two companies will accelerate and offer the opportunity to fast-track ProcessUs’ business growth. It enables access to a wider market and the ability to provide a more integrated service to our customers. We have seen from previous collaborations between our two companies that the joining of our resources results in a well-rounded capability, and we are looking forward to further developing this synergy."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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