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Cognizant to buy technology consultancy Contino

Recognized as a global premier partner with Amazon Web Services, as well as for deep expertise in Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform, Contino's consulting and engineering teams have completed more than 200 enterprise engagements since 2014.

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Updated: Oct 16, 2019, 05.23 PM IST
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"Contino will enable us to offer and more readily deploy transformative cloud-based solutions,” said Brian Humphries, CEO of Cognizant.
BENGALURU: Cognizant said it had agreed to buy technology consultancy Contino, for an undisclosed amount, the second acquisition made under new CEO Brian Humphries.

Contino is headquartered in London and has about 350 employees. It counts Adidas, Barclays, Dow Jones, Lloyds Bank and Morgan Stanley as clients. Contino's consulting and engineering teams have completed more than 200 enterprise engagements since 2014

“The DevOps approach to cloud migration, core modernization and cloud security is reshaping how enterprises in all industries are building their infrastructures. This new set of holistic cloud capabilities from Contino will enable us to offer and more readily deploy transformative cloud-based solutions,” said Brian Humphries, CEO of Cognizant.

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