"The acquisition will help our clients navigate into digital transformation and strengthen our position as a leading Salesforce enterprise cloud service provider," said the city-based IT major in a statement here.
The outsourcing firm, however, did not disclose the acquisition cost and its terms.
As Salesforce consulting and training delivery partner in Europe and in the Nordics region, Fluido will give Infosys expertise and agile delivery process to simplify and scale digital efforts across channels of its clients.
"The acquisition demonstrates our commitment to the Salesforce ecosystem to address our client's digital priorities. Fluido brings market presence, Salesforce expertise, agile delivery and training to our capabilities, which will help our clients reimagine and transform their businesses," said Infosys President Ravi Kumar in the statement.
The buyout also aligns Infosys' efforts to invest in local capabilities in the regions it operates in Europe.
With offices in Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Slovakia, the Espoo-based Fluido elevates Infosys' presence across the Nordics region with assets and client relationships, a team and local culture.
Fluido customers are represented across verticals, including manufacturing, energy, retail and telecom and to whom it delivers services spanning strategy, consulting, implementation and training.
"With Infosys, we will be able to provide global scalable services to our customers. With digital experience playing a key role in customer success, we will have an opportunity to help our clients change the way they connect with their customers," said Fluido founder and Chief Executive Kai Makela.
The acquisition is expected to close during the third quarter of fiscal 2019.
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