Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) has bought SYS-AID, a Netherlands based management consulting and information technology services firm for an undisclosed amount.
SYS-AID provides services in system development and software engineering, systems and network management, and outsourcing. It specialises in enterprise resource planning and has partnerships with Baan, Progress and Oracle.
Headquartered in Venlo, Netherlands, SYS-AID has annual revenues of $22.5 million and employs over 260 people, including staff in subsidiaries in Germany and Belgium.
Van Honeycutt, chairman and CEO of CSC, claimed SYS_AID would strengthen CSC's coverage in Europe.
Earlier this year, CSC fought off a highly public acquisition bid from Computer Associates.
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