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Deloitte has acquired Giant Machines

Deloitte has acquired Giant Machines, a digital product company based in New York City. The deal's total value was not made public. Deloitte will increase the scope of its end-to-end digital product strategy and development skills with the acquisition.

Deloitte has acquired Giant Machines, a digital product company based in New York City. The deal’s total value was not made public. Deloitte will increase the scope of its end-to-end digital product strategy and development skills with the acquisition.

Giant Machines, under the direction of CEO Roy Yang, is an organisation that specialises in a wide range of product design and development tasks, such as engineering and design, product management, market and user research, product strategy, and prototyping.

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The group has created extensive, tailored solutions for Fortune 500 businesses in a variety of sectors, such as public utilities, health care, climate technology, and more.

More than 8,500 private companies in the United States and almost 90% of the Fortune 500® are among the brands to whom Deloitte offers audit, consulting, tax, and advisory services.

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In recent years, it has acquired a number of notable companies in the software engineering and product design fields, including NTC, Dextra Technologies, HashedIn Technologies, and Optimal Design.

About Deloitte

Progress is driven by Deloitte. Their global network of businesses assists clients in rising to the top of any market they choose to enter. At Deloitte, they invest in exceptional individuals with a range of skills and experiences, enabling them to reach greater heights than they might elsewhere.

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About Giant Machines

They are starting a brand-new, thrilling chapter! Giant Machines is pleased to announce that Deloitte has bought their company. By working with Deloitte, they can fast-track and expand their goal of creating meaningful, creative digital solutions that offer more chances for both their clients and staff.

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