Valtech acquires True Clarity to enhance ecommerce capabilities

By Jonathan Dyble
Global digital transformation specialist Valtech has announced that it has acquired UK-based software development firm True Clarity. Specialising in De...

Global digital transformation specialist Valtech has announced that it has acquired UK-based software development firm True Clarity.

Specialising in DevOps, ecommerce, big data, mobile and cloud services and other similar solutions, the acquisition will enable Valtech to enhance its capabilities in both ecommerce and experience platforms, with True Clarity having worked with a number of leading brands including ASOS, EasyJet and Dyson.

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“Their culture, people and ambition align perfectly with ours and what we were looking for,” said True Clarity Founder, Andrew Davies. “We couldn’t be more excited about our future with Valtech.”

The firm was selected by Valtech, largely due to its expertise and standing as a Global Platinum partner within the Sitecore Digital Experience Platform, in addition to its proven track record of building and operating high traffic content platforms for leading global consumer brands.

“It was clear from the start that there were synergies and by welcoming True Clarity into the Valtech family, we will further improve how we service our customers, while expanding our capabilities and scope in critical areas of our business in the UK,” said Olivier Padiou, Global Chief Operating Office, Valtech.

True Clarity’s team will now join Valtech’s 2,500-strong global employee base, spanning across 16 countries, whilst simultaneously enhancing Valtech’s position as one of the largest UK-based digital agencies.

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