DXC CEO: Tribridge Buy Strengthens Role as Microsoft Dynamics 365 Systems Integrator

DXC Technology has acquired Tribridge, one of the largest independent integrators of Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 services that include customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications, DXC announced July 5. Financial details of the transaction were not disclosed.

“The combination of Tribridge with DXC Eclipse significantly strengthens DXC’s role as a leading Microsoft Dynamics 365 systems integrator, greatly enhancing our ability to address client needs,” Mike Lawrie, DXC CEO, chairman and president, said in a news release. He added: “This acquisition, the first since the formation of DXC Technology, fits with our vision of leading clients on their digital transformation journeys and aligns with our strategic growth objectives.”

Tribridge was started in 1998 and is based in Tampa, Fla. It has 740 employees across North America and Europe. It’s been a Microsoft Dynamics 365 partner since 2004. Tribridge also sells proprietary software built on the Dynamics 365 CRM platform in key vertical markets including healthcare, justice and public safety. Tribridge also has strategic relationships with Cornerstone OnDemand and Oracle NetSuite, DXC said.

The merger of Tribridge with the existing DXC Eclipse business “solidifies DXC’s position as a leading global systems integrator” for Microsoft Dynamics, according to DXC. The acquisition, which includes the Tribridge affiliate company Concerto Cloud Services, will “bring significant value” to the existing DXC Eclipse business in the Americas, and will enable DXC to “expand and enhance its offerings” in the healthcare, consumer packaged goods and professional services sectors, as well as state and local governments, DXC said.

Concerto Cloud Services is a provider of advisory services and fully managed private, public and hybrid-cloud solutions to clients and strategic channel partners in the mid-market. The affiliate will now go to market as DXC Concerto, according to DXC, which was started in April through the combination of CSC and the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

“Enterprises are constantly demanding end-to-end integration with hybrid-cloud platforms to rapidly develop, deploy, execute and protect next-generation applications,” Troy Richardson, DXC SVP and GM of enterprise and cloud applications, said in the news release. Richardson, who will lead the combined business, added: “The combined capabilities of DXC Eclipse and Tribridge offer clients a complete end-to-end solution, one that significantly differentiates DXC as a leader in the marketplace.”