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Dell Acquires Clerity Solutions

PC maker Dell Inc. (DELL) on Tuesday said it has acquired Clerity Solutions, a global provider of applications modernization and re-hosting solutions and services.

Clerity was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinoise and its 70 employees will join the Dell Services team. Dell plans to make continued investments to grow the applications modernization capabilities of its Services business. Additional terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

According to Dell, Clerity's capabilities will enable Dell Services to help customers reduce the cost of transitioning business-critical applications and data from legacy computing systems and onto more modern architectures, including the cloud.

Clerity's re-hosting solution makes it easier for customers to move applications away from legacy computing architectures into the new IT environment that they choose. By automating this approach to IT modernization through its UniKix offering, Clerity helps customers minimize the need to retest systems and retrain IT personnel, resulting in overall cost and time savings.

by RTT Staff Writer

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