Thomson Reuters, a provider of business information services, and Adapt IT, a service provider of specialized software and digitally-led business solutions in Sub-Saharan Africa, have formed a new partnership that will allow more businesses in the area to gain competitive advantages through the tech solutions both companies provide.
Following a year of contraction caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the push for digital transformation across business in multiple industry sectors is accelerating, according to the World Bank, with economic recovery and development projected at 2.7 percent for 2021.
Thomson Reuters and Adapt IT’s integrated resources ensure a wider range of technology deployments, increased operating efficiencies, and improved maintenance and service support for current and new clients in Sub-Saharan African markets.
“Our partnership with Adapt IT will allow us to expand the breadth and depth of our service footprint across this key region in the same way that our clients trust us to empower them with systems and technologies that can scale with their business,” said Jackie Rhodes, managing director, Asia & Emerging Markets at Thomson Reuters.
“The synergies we have in terms of delivering best-in-class solutions will help our respective customers, maintain a consistent level of quality commitment, and support and deliver a substantially stronger offering,” says the company.
Thomson Reuters’ legal, tax, global trade tools, regulatory intelligence, and enforcement solutions will benefit from the new partnership with Adapt IT, which will give them access to their business advisory capabilities and existing network.
“Our partnership with Thomson Reuters ensures more clients can access more world-class technology solutions backed up by local experience and the deep business insight Adapt IT offers,” said Tiffany Dunsdon, chief commercial officer at Adapt IT. We’re thrilled to be collaborating to assist businesses in achieving greater success in an increasingly complex market environment.”
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