Fujitsu Australia Acquires Microsoft’s oobe


Fujitsu Australia has announced it has acquired local Microsoft-specialist, oobe, effective as of Tuesday, 1 February 2022.

This marks the second acquisition by Fujitsu Australia in less than 12 months (the first acquisition being data and AI-consultancy Versor).

oobe will operate as a standalone Fujitsu company, retaining its independent identity and all team members. It will be re-branded ‘oobe, a Fujitsu company’ and will operate under the continued leadership of Stuart Kilduff, who today became a member of the Fujitsu Australia Executive Leadership Team. Integration of the companies’ back-end systems will occur over time.

Graeme Beardsell, Chief Executive Officer, Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand, said, “I’m delighted to welcome oobe into the Fujitsu family. oobe has an impressive track record with 15 years of experience in developing transformational solutions for government and critical infrastructure at protected-level status. Together, Fujitsu and oobe look forward to accelerating our customers’ digital transformations, delivered through our combined deep-industry experience and specialist teams.”

Stuart Kilduff, Chief Executive Officer, oobe, said, “We’re excited to be joining a global digital transformation company like Fujitsu, with values that strongly align with our own. Through the acquisition, we are gaining the ability to drive greater market impact at significant scale, whilst also retaining our identity as a new part of the Fujitsu Oceania family. We’re proud to be part of the new direction and vision for our brand, and look forward to taking our consulting, services, and solutions to the next level, proudly exporting Australian technology to the world”.


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