Deloitte Consulting Completes Acquisition of HashedIn Technologies
Deloitte Consulting has completed its acquisition of HashedIn Technologies Private Limited, a leading cloud native software engineering and product development firm. Together, the two organizations will help clients to imagine, deliver and run their futures with cloud technologies.
Deloitte entities have made 14 acquisitions of cloud-technology firms or their businesses since 2017, including software-modernization company innoWake, cloud-management platform startup ATADATA, and technology consultancy Keytree, demonstrating a commitment to strategic investments that advance business disruption. Today, Deloitte has over 50,000 professionals worldwide supporting organizations throughout their cloud journeys.
“Deloitte is continually looking for opportunities to invest in innovation and disruptive technologies,” said Sam Balaji, Global Consulting Leader, Deloitte Global. “Cloud continues to be a top priority for us and with this acquisition, we are uniquely poised to support digital transformation at a global scale.”
“Deloitte shares our commitment to delivering world-class value to organizations and creating the best talent experience for our professionals,” said Himanshu Varshney, HashedIn CEO and Co-Founder. “Together, we look forward to delivering leading-edge technology solutions to organizations.”
Himanshu Varshney, Sripathi Krishnan, and Anshuman Singh have each joined Deloitte Consulting as managing directors—along with approximately 750 members of the HashedIn organization around the world who also became Deloitte professionals.
“We are excited to welcome our HashedIn teammates as we continue to scale our cloud native development and high-end software engineering services to solve our clients’ toughest problems effectively,” said Ranjit Bawa, Principal and Cloud Leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP. “This acquisition further strengthens our capabilities in working with the major cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud.”