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UXC Oxygen adds customers, expertise with Clarity purchase

UXC Oxygen adds customers and SAP consulting expertise with Clarity purchase

SYDNEY, 01 July 2014: UXC Oxygen, the SAP solutions and cloud company, has acquired Australian-based Clarity Consulting Group Australia Pty Ltd as part of its plan to extend its customer base and further strengthen its position in the Australian market.

CEO, Stuart Dickinson, says the acquisition continues UXC Oxygen’s strategy of investing in people and resources to ensure it has the breadth and depth that the rapidly growing SAP market requires.

“The Clarity acquisition adds great talent to our business in the form of high quality SAP-trained consulting and solution support staff. The addition of Clarity customers is highly complementary to our existing base and will provide us with an increase in software support revenue.”

Dickinson says building its customer base is a fundamental part of UXC Oxygen’s strategy to complement its SAP consulting business with recurring revenue activities in the areas of software maintenance and software sales.

“As a result of this acquisition we are securing a group of multi-skilled SAP resources that will enable us to further enhance the services and solutions we offer to our customers.”

Clarity was founded by its two directors, Dennis Michael and Julian Belotti, in 1999 and subsequently achieved SAP Services Partner, SAP Channel Partner and Sybase Partner status. It offers a full range of SAP consulting services from project management, system integration through to design, deployment and support services.

Clarity Director, Dennis Michael, says UXC Oxygen is the ideal buyer of the business.

“UXC Oxygen is perfectly positioned to absorb all our consulting staff and customers. It will provide our staff with excellent professional development opportunities and give our customers an improved delivery capability from a single supplier able to meet all their SAP needs.”

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