CloudGo joins RGP's digital consulting subsidiary Veracity

15 November 2023 Consultancy.asia 2 min. read
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Global consulting firm RGP has acquired CloudGo, a digital transformation consultancy firm headquartered in Singapore. The move adds a team of around 80 staff in three countries to RGP’s headcount.

With operations in Singapore, Australia and India, CloudGo works with clients across sectors on automation, digital workflows, service management, and legacy system modernization. CloudGo specialises in transformation projects on the ServiceNow platform.

“We expect the addition of CloudGo will be an important accelerator to the growth of our global digital consulting business,” said Kate Duchene, CEO of RGP, a US-headquartered consulting company with over 3,800 staff in 40+ offices worldwide.

CloudGo joins RGP's digital consulting subsidiary Veracity

Upon closing of the deal, CloudGo will serve as RGP’s digital consulting business in Asia Pacific, and become part of Veracity, a US-based digital consultancy firm which RGP bought in August 2019. Operating under its own brand, the wholly owned subsidiary Veracity provides RGP’s technology consulting offerings.

Bhadresh Patel, CEO of Veracity and Chief Digital Officer at RGP, stated, “This combination should enable us to more quickly expand our reach across the Asia Pacific region, and it positions us to better support our clients globally.”

Meanwhile, CloudGo will be able to provide its ServiceNow capabilities to clients in the North American and European markets, and provide its customers with access to RGP’s full portfolio of services and solutions.

Rory Fitzpatrick and Rahul Garg, Co-founders and Managing Directors of CloudGo, stated: “We are thrilled to be joining forces with RGP and Veracity. This acquisition propels us into a new realm of possibilities, enabling us to better serve our clients and make a more significant impact in the market. It also provides great career opportunities for our teams.”

RGP generates revenues of around $775 million. The company was founded in 1996 as a part of spin-off from Big Four firm Deloitte.