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Altran Technologies Q3 Revenues Up At 778.9 Million Euros
Altran Collaborates with Baicells
Capgemini Receives Antitrust Clearance From EC For Its Proposed Acquisition Of Altran
Altran Technologies SA is a France-based company engaged in advanced engineering consulting and innovation consultancy. The Company's business is structured around three areas of consultancy: Technology Research and Development (R&D); Organization and Information Systems Consulting; and Strategy and Management Consulting. It assists clients during the strategic planning stages of new technologies and offer support throughout the production phase of the products and services. The Company operates worldwide, providing services in various market sectors, such as aerospace, defense, telecommunications, media, automotive, infrastructure, energy, nuclear, financial services and healthcare. Its various solutions include Intelligent Systems, Lifecycle Experience, Information Systems and Mechanical Engineering. It operates through SWELL, Synapse, Lohika, Foliage, Benteler Engineering, Concept Tech GmbH, IRM Security, Ingegneria dei Sistemi, Aricent and Global Edge Software Ltd, among others.
96 avenue Charles de Gaulle
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U.S. activist fund Elliott said on Friday it had built up a position in French consultancy group Altran Technologies <ALTT.PA> in the wake of the 3.6 billion-euro ($4.1 billion) buyout bid by its bigger rival Capgemini <CAPP.PA> last month.
U.S. activist fund Elliott does not intend to tender shares it could end up owning in consultancy group Altran Technologies, the target of a takeover bid by Capgemini, according to a regulatory filing on Friday.
European shares extended losses to a third day on Tuesday amid rising U.S.-Iranian tensions and anxiety over Sino-U.S. trade, but strong gains by Capgemini and Altran on a multi-billion-euro takeover deal helped cap losses.
Capgemini's shares surged on Tuesday on the back of the software and consultancy company's 3.6 billion euro ($4.1 billion) takeover of smaller rival Altran to create a group with more than 250,000 staff harnessing new technologies.
Capgemini's shares surged on Tuesday, as analysts welcomed the software and consultancy company's 3.6 billion euro ($4.1 billion) takeover of smaller rival Altran.
French business consultancy firm Capgemini on Monday said it agreed to buy engineering and digital services company Altran for 3.6 billion euros ($4.10 billion)to tap into the fast-growing engineering outsourcing services market.
French business consultancy firm Capgemini on Monday said it had signed an agreement under which it will acquire engineering and digital services company Altran for 3.6 billion euros ($4.10 billion) in cash.
French technology consultancy Altran said on Thursday a forgery incident at its U.S. business was an isolated event, but that failed to reassure investors, who were spooked by Altran's falling free cash flow.
French technology consultancy Altran said on Thursday the $10 million forged orders it had discovered in July at its recently acquired U.S. business Aricent was an isolated event.
French technology consultancy Altran <ALTT.PA> said on Friday it had uncovered $10 million in false purchasing orders at recently acquired U.S. business Aricent, sending its own shares down as much as 30 percent.
French technology consultancy Altran Technologies said on Friday it has discovered a case of forged purchase orders within its recently acquired U.S. design and engineering services firm Aricent.
* ALTRAN AND NOS SGPS PARTNERS IN NETWORK ANALYTICS SOLUTIONS
* Altran announces the closing of the sale of its U.S. Power & Industrial Engineering Services Division to an affiliate of CriticalPoint Capital ("CPC"), a private investment firm headquartered in Manhattan Beach, California
Banks are starting to sell down a debt financing backing French technology consultancy Altran’s €1.7bn acquisition of US digital design and engineering services firm Aricent, banking sources said.
French technology consultancy Altran <ALTT.PA> is to buy U.S. design and engineering services firm Aricent in a 1.7 billion euro ($2.01 billion) deal.
French technology consultancy company Altran Technologies is to buy U.S. design and engineering services firm Aricent from a group of investors led by KKR for a total enterprise value of 1.7 billion euros ($2.0 billion).
French technology consultancy company Altran Technologies said on Thursday it would buy design and engineering services firm Aricent from group of investors led by KKR for a total enterprise value of 1.7 billion euros ($2 billion).
* APAX PARTNERS AND ALTAMIR SUPPORT ACQUISITION OF ARICENT BY ALTRAN
* ALTRAN AND NOKIA EXPAND STRATEGIC COLLABORATION TO DELIVER INNOVATIVE IOT SOLUTIONS FOR AUTO AND RAILWAYS SECTORS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* SAYS APAX PARTNERS AND ALTAMIR ANNOUNCE SALE BY THEIR SUBSIDIARY ALTRAFIN PARTICIPATIONS OF 8.4% OF THE SHARE CAPITAL OF ALTRAN TECHNOLOGIES, AT A PRICE OF 15.0 EUROS PER SHARE
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