According to the company, the acquisition will strengthen its capabilities to deliver end-to-end solutions to existing and new clients, and provide additional ability to scale the company.
The company stated that it is now positioned as “a digital, data and cloud market leader with extensive capabilities across the entire Salesforce product suite.”
“We are in the era of the intelligent and Digital Processes, where Salesforce is a de facto market leader in the SaaS transformation that our enterprise customers are embarking on today,” said Dhruv Gupta, CEO of DynPro. ” We believe adopting new business models is the key for digital process transformation.”
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
DynPro clients include IBM, SAP, Cisco, Clorox, Airbnb, Duke University, and ebay, according to its website.
The company employs some 1,200 employees globally, it states on its website. Currently, about a dozen positions are available in North Carolina.