October 25, 2016 3:06 PM ET

IT Services

Company Overview of Sierra-Cedar, Inc

Company Overview

Sierra-Cedar, Inc. provides consulting, technical, and managed services for the deployment, management, and optimization of next-generation applications and technology. It offers applications services, such as implementation and upgrade services for Oracle, Workday, Infor, Tyler, Oracle OBIEE, OBIA, Hyperion, EPM, and BI Cloud; and business intelligence, including strategic scorecard performance management, master data strategies, enterprise data warehouse design and implementation, training services for business users and technical support teams, and hosting and post implementation support models, as well as business intelligence metadata design, reporting, and analytics. The company also p...

1255 Alderman Drive

Alpharetta, GA 30005

United States

Founded in 1981





Key Executives for Sierra-Cedar, Inc

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Sierra-Cedar, Inc Key Developments

Indian Firms Keen To Acquire Sierra-Cedar

Tata Consultancy Services Limited (BSE:532540), HCL Infosystems Limited (BSE:500179), Infosys Ltd. (BSE:500209) and Tech Mahindra Limited (BSE:532755) showed interest to acquire Sierra-Cedar, Inc. According to sources valuation of Sierra-Cedar is expected to be around $350 million.

Clarification Sought By Exchange Over Reports On Tata Consultancy Eyeing Sierra-Cedar

The stock exchange sought clarification related to the news of Tata Consultancy Services Limited (BSE:532540) being in talks to acquire Sierra-Cedar, Inc. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd replied stating "We would like to state that TCS is a global company and the among the largest in terms of market capitalization. There is lot of interest in the Company from the media and analyst community, which tracks and reports on the M&A deals in the IT sphere. We do not have any specific comment to offer with regard to the above news item. We would like to affirm our commitment to fair disclosure."

Clarification Sought By Exchange Over Reports On Infosys Eyeing Sierra-Cedar

Infosys Ltd. (BSE:500209) may acquire stake in Sierra-Cedar, Inc. The stock exchange has sought clarification from Infosys with respect to news flash on ET Now on March 30, 2015 titled “Infosys show interest in buying Sierra-Cedar that operates in US, Canada & India. HCL & Tech Mahindra also looking for buyouts.”

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