The president of Fujitsu Canada, Mr. André Pouliot, has announced the acquisition of TMC, a business and information technology (IT) consulting solution and service provider. This agreement is aligned to Fujitsu Canada’s long term strategy to strengthen its position as a leader in the Canadian information and communication technology (ICT) market. The details of the transaction have not been disclosed.
“The acquisition of TMC enhances Fujitsu Canada’s offerings and consolidates its presence in Saskatchewan, a province that has experienced major economic growth. It will also let the company expand its pool of experts and improve its delivery capability. By combining forces, both organizations will offer a broader line of services and products that will not only meet the needs of the province’s customers, but also allow us to support all our customers in Central and Western Canada in terms of managed services, application development and service desks,” said Mr. Pouliot.
In operation for close to 20 years, TMC relies on the recognized expertise of some 70 professionals and offers services in the areas of project management, management consulting, business analysis, application development, delegated management and service desks. Not only has it made a name for itself over the years by constantly seeking cutting-edge solutions, but it has also built its reputation around the special attention it pays to the success of its customers. The current TMC senior management team will become part of the Fujitsu Canada leadership team.
“We are proud to join with Fujitsu Canada, which has recognized our expertise and the quality of our services. As an ICT leader, Fujitsu will give us the benefit of preferred access to world class experts and products so we can better serve our existing customers as well expand our business in Saskatchewan. This partnership will give our employees the possibility to take on new challenges,” stated Mr. David Luterbach, president of TMC. “Fujitsu and TMC have similar values and share a common vision on the importance of its relationships with employees and customers. We firmly believe that this agreement will produce results.”