BitPeople A/S have acquired Acomi

As of 1 July 2020, BitPeople A/S has taken over Acomi and their SAP Business One business as part of the company’s growth strategy, thereby strengthening its position as the Nordic region’s leading SAP Business One house.

The acquisition of Acomi and the merger with BitPeople both strengthens and expands the overall position in the Danish market.
BitPeople, has grown significantly in recent years, and with Acomi can now offer additional services and expertise locally on Zealand to support customers’ future development.

Acomi has many years of experience in offering ERP solutions to small and medium-sized companies and Benny Mastrup has been at the forefront since 2005. Benny looks forward to the future and talks about the new joint activities:

“I’m looking forward to Acomi becoming part of something bigger and I see BitPeople as a perfect match compared to our original strategy. With the larger company, both parties get a greater critical mass on solutions, customers and employees. In other words, we get more competent pieces that we can bring into play to become the ERP partner that gives the customer the best experience. Thus, the change of ownership will not lead to significant changes for our customers ”.

In concrete terms, this means that BitPeople will add 5 new colleagues to the Danish department as of 1 July, and can now say that it is nationwide with an office in Vallensbæk close to Copenhagen.

The combined business will make BitPeople the absolute largest SAP Business One reseller in Denmark and signals the next step in making BitPeople the next DKK 100 M business in the Boyum IT group. And as we expand our coverage, we can also grow with our customers and continue with perpetual improvement efforts for the benefit of our customers and colleagues. We still want to be close to our customers – but more customers and more consultants provide the opportunity to specialize further in the industries we cover today – and the industries we want to cover in the coming years.

You can read the full press release here (in Danish).

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