Cambridge Management Consulting, a global digital transformation consultancy, has completed its acquisition of network infrastructure consultancy Straxia. The acquisition of Straxia is expected to expand the portfolio of services offered by Cambridge MC, enabling more routes for clients to build a digital strategy that drives growth.

Tim Passingham, president, Cambridge MC, said “I am delighted to welcome the Straxia team to the Cambridge MC family. Straxia broadens our vertical telecommunications knowledge, broadens our management capabilities programs and large-scale projects and consolidates our technical skill set. “

Richard Brown, founder, director and general partner, Cambridge MC, commented, “I am pleased that we are able to bring our capabilities to Cambridge MC. Merging Straxia’s project management, service management and sourcing services with the broader capabilities of Cambridge MC brings additional benefits to our customers. part of the leadership team, my intention is to leverage our combined strengths to deliver a cohesive and agile digital transformation, reinforcing our world-class teams with years of hands-on experience. “

The Straxia acquisition is the latest in a series of successes that Cambridge MC has recently undertaken. Earlier this year, the company launched a new environmental consultancy, Edenseven, in response to climate change. Cambridge MC will open offices in Dubai and Lagos, Nigeria .