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Siemens acquires Vendigital – a UK-based data-led operations consulting company

Vendigital, an award-winning consultancy headquartered in London, will complement Siemens Advanta’s digital and strategic consulting service capabilities for industrial customers. The company’s 100 employees are serving blue chip clients applying their expertise in data-led cost transformation, with a focus on supply chain management, procurement, cost and value engineering and operating strategy. 
“We are excited to welcome Vendigital to our growing Siemens Advanta business.” said Aymeric Sarrazin, CEO of Siemens Advanta. “By combining our expertise and capabilities, we can provide even more value to our clients along their value chain, while fostering our business at scale in the UK.”
Roy Williams, CEO of Vendigital, states: “We are delighted to be part of Siemens Advanta and are excited at the prospect of leading in the UK market as part of this very strong global brand. This will accelerate our growth, enhance the services we provide to clients and provide excellent career opportunities for our employees.” 
Carl Ennis, CEO Siemens Great Britain & Ireland: “With Vendigital joining Siemens Advanta in the UK, this will significantly reinforce Siemens’ digital transformation services in the region. Thanks to Vendigital’s proven capabilities in data-led cost transformation, supply chain management, and operations strategy, we can now better address the high demand for management consulting of our existing customers and prospects in the UK and Ireland.”
Siemens Advanta enables its clients to unlock the digital future and master their sustainability transformation. Siemens Advanta combines more than 10,000 employees into a global network of cross-functional teams and highly skilled experts.

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