SDN Members Wipro Digital & Designit Set to Partner

Wipro Digital, the digital business unit of Wipro Limited (NYSE:WIT) announced their intention of acquiring global strategic design firm Designit, one of the world’s largest, privately-held design firms. Both companies are members of the Service Design Network.

Wipro Digital, the digital business unit of Wipro Limited (NYSE:WIT) announced July 9, 2015 their intention of acquiring global strategic design firm Designit, one of the world’s largest, privately-held design firms. Headquartered in Denmark, Designit employs more than 300 people in nine offices globally and focuses on delivering human-centered product-service experiences. The acquisition will bolster Wipro’s expertise in user experience (UX), interaction design (IxD) and product innovation.

Both companies are members of the Service Design Network.

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