JLL Acquires ValuD Consulting to Give its Clients Access to Cutting-edge Technologies

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 12 October 2018, 05:09 Hrs
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JLL, a global real estate services firm, announces that it has acquired ValuD Consulting, a leading software integration & consulting services company, to bring next generation technologies to its clients through innovation and leveraging ValuD’s profound expertise in IBM's TRIRIGA, Maximo, and Watson Internet of Things (IoT) services.



Commenting on the occasion, Traci Doane, President, JLL Technology Solutions, says, "Adding this depth of specialist talent will give our clients access to the best technology expertise and products. Joining forces with ValuD gives us the exciting opportunity to expand our expertise in IBM digital solutions and more fully explore emerging technologies that include artificial intelligence, cognitive buildings and predictive analytics”.



This acquisition, which is expected to close in November-2018, will further fuel JLL's commitment to lead the industry and its clients through digital transformation. Further, post this acquisition, 300 highly skilled technology experts, many recruited, trained and certified through ValuD's unique university partnerships, will be added to JLL’s specialized technology solutions teams across the globe, thus giving clients access to cutting-edge technologies that will enable faster, more informed real estate decisions and improved business performance.



"By joining JLL, we're bringing together two growth companies with a common culture. We wanted to find the right partner who has the same drive and is serving the same client base—JLL was a perfect match. Combining our talent, tools and knowledge will drive value for our clients,” says Gopi Latpate, CEO & CTO, ValuD Consulting.



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