Accenture (NYSE: ACN) has announced a deal to purchase Enkitec, and closed the acquisition of I4C Analytics.

Irving, Texas-based Enkitek, is a systems integrator that specializes in delivering software company Oracle Corp.'s (NYSE: ORCL) database technologies and services. The deal should add Enkitek's Oracle expertise to Accenture's Oracle business, and help increase productivity, the buyer says.

I4C, headquartered in Rome, Italy, provides a software analytics services and specializes in solving business problems. The company will be integrated into Accenture Analytics, and used to enhance existing analytics services. The deal was announced April 30.

Accenture, headquartered in NewYork, provides consulting, technology and outsourcing services. In October, the company agreed to buy Procurian Inc. for $375 million. In July 2013, the company bought Mortgage Cadence, a loan origination software. 

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