South Africa’s tech firm Datatec’s Analysys Mason announced on Wednesday that it has acquired New York-based AMI-Partners.
The aim of the deal is to further expand its research and consulting business into the global SMB ICT market.
Founded in 1996, AMI-Partners is an SMB ICT focused global research and consulting firm that specialises in go-to-market (GTM) opportunity assessment, tracking buying behaviour, customer segmentation, channel partner ecosystem dynamics and sales enablement enhanced with predictive analytics.
Through its comprehensive primary research-based trackers and global market sizing model, which encompasses over 75 million data points across all worldwide regions, services and verticals, it offers a granular and unparalleled depth and breadth of coverage of the global SMB ICT market trends, transformative forces and insights.
“The acquisition of AMI-Partners is strategically important and forms part of Analysys Mason’s expansion plans, strengthening and expanding extensive primary research across additional verticals, services and geographies,” says Jens Montanana, CEO of Datatec Group.
Since 1985, Analysys Mason has been at the forefront of developments in the digital economy and in digital services and continue to advise clients on new business strategies to address disruptive technologies.
Analysys Mason has its head office in London, and offices in Boston, Cambridge, Dubai, Dublin, Hong Kong, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, New Delhi, Oslo, Paris, Singapore and Stockholm.
“AMI-Partners is a market leader in SMB ICT research, strategic consulting and GTM tools and has developed longstanding relationships in advising IT industry’s most influential and game-changing companies,” says Andy Bose, Founder and Chairman at AMI-Partners. “Joining with Analysys Mason’ global brand and strong track record will enhance our product-service offering