PwC buys Toronto-based Salesforce specialist Stratus360

10 February 2022 2 min. read
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PwC Canada has acquired Stratus360, a Salesforce consulting firm based in Toronto.

Founded in 2010, Stratus360 helps clients across industries implement the popular customer relationship management (CRM) platform. The firm is a Salesforce Platinum Partner and has expertise advising on solutions spanning lead-to-cash, customer service transformation, experience design, analytics, app development, and digital marketing lifecycles.

Stratus360 has more than 10 employees, according to LinkedIn, and has worked with clients in the public sector, manufacturing, and media and communications industries.

The acquisition will bolster PwC’s Salesforce capability. The Big Four firm was named a leader in IDC’s 2020 analysis of Canadian Salesforce implementation services.PwC buys Toronto-based Salesforce specialist Stratus360“Stratus360’s work, and the business results they have driven for their clients, has underpinned their strong reputation in the Salesforce ecosystem,” said Ron Caruso, partner, national front office transformation and Salesforce capability leader at PwC Canada. “They’ve committed to establishing long-term relationships with clients by joining them in their digital business transformation journey powered by Salesforce. We are thrilled to have them join PwC.”

The Stratus360 team will join PwC’s front office transformation practice, which has seen increasing demand as companies digitally accelerate in the pandemic era. Salesforce consulting remains a particularly hot area, and larger consultancies have been eagerly bolting on boutique firms like Stratus360 to quickly scale up. Canadian Salesforce specialists AppCentrica, Relation1, and Foundry52 have been snapped up in the last 12 months.

The deal follows PwC’s September acquisition of Avaleris, an Ottawa-based cybersecurity consulting firm with 30+ employees.