French IT firm Atos buys further three companies, posts first quarter sales drop By Reuters


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(Reuters) – French IT consulting group Atos said on Tuesday it acquired three more companies, as it continues its series of bolt-on acquisitions.

The Paris-based firm, which develops end-to-end solutions in hybrid cloud, big data, business applications and digital workplace said it had bought Canada-based Processia, UK-based Ipsotek and German cybersecurity firm cryptovision. It gave no financial details of the transactions.

The group said its first-quarter revenue came in at 2.69 billion euros ($3.24 billion), falling 1.9% below the last year’s figure.

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