PwC Adds Ray Group to IT Consulting Portfolio; Scott McIntyre Comments

Scott McIntyre, PwC

PwC U.S. has acquired information technology and program management consulting firm Ray Group International to bolster its technology consulting and implementation offerings for public sector clients.

The transaction was completed Nov. 6 and PwC did not disclose financial terms of the deal in its announcement.

Former RGI CEO Ronald Ray, former President Michael Louden, and former Chief Operating Officer Michael Hecker have joined PwC in leadership positions.

“The core skill set of the RGI team strongly complements PwC’s existing services in healthcare IT, program management and communications consulting, ” said Scott McIntyre, PwC’s U.S. public sector practice leader.

PwC also intends for the acquisition to complement its information technology strategy, enterprise architecture and program management portfolio.

Investment bank KippsDeSanto & Co. advised Ray Group on the transaction.

CACI International (NYSE: CACI) made its own health IT acquisition earlier this week, announcing it acquired the data analytics and integration provider Emergint Technologies.

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