DXC sells Americas Microsoft Dynamics group to EY, continuing separation

August 2 2022

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Ernst & Young (EY) announced it has acquired the Americas Microsoft Dynamics services business of DXC Technology.

The DXC team will join the EY Microsoft Services Group, part of EY Consulting Services, to grow their business applications coverage in enterprise ERP and CRM.

"This team's focus on Microsoft Dynamics coupled with the power of our EY team's capabilities in finance and supply chain transformation will drive significant impact and value for EY clients," stated Greg Jenko, EY Global Microsoft Services Group Leader.

DXC’s divestment of its enterprise consulting group for Microsoft Business Applications follows its sale of two pieces of IP earlier this week to sa.global. And DXC has also sold off its SMB Dynamics interests in recent years, too.

DXC gained a mix of Microsoft Dynamics products and consulting teams in North America because of the historical acquisitions done by the firms DXC itself acquired. Over the years, system integrators in the Microsoft channel acquired smaller firms and were themselves bought. Eventually, DXC became the final home for many of these combined groups and ISV solutions. While the company maintained its Dynamics practice for some time, rumors of its plans to divest the Dynamics business had been circulating in the Microsoft channel for more than a year.

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