Deloitte Acquires Israel-based OpTeamizer That Specializes in NVIDIA-powered AI Solutions

Deloitte Acquires OpTeamizer to Enhance Generative AI Capabilities for NVIDIA AI Solutions

With acquisition of OpTeamizer, Deloitte expands analytics practice to help clients transform their business with deep learning models and next-generation AI solutions

Deloitte, on Monday, announced it has acquired the operations of OpTeamizer, an AI, Generative AI and accelerated computing company specializing in the development and implementation of AI solutions running on NVIDIA accelerated computing. With the acquisition, Deloitte expands its high-performance computing engineering capabilities, helping clients harness the power of Generative AI, supercomputers, and Edge AI to increase automation, optimize business processes and realize greater business value.

"As Generative AI transforms the way we work, Deloitte has continued to invest intentionally and strategically to help our clients innovate at speed. OpTeamizer broadens that value further by bringing deep high-performance computing experience to Deloitte's full stack AI capabilities and alliance ecosystem. We look forward to continuing to unlock new opportunities with AI and scaling our capabilities to help solve our clients' most complex business and AI challenges with the addition of the OpTeamizer team to our business," said Jim Rowan, AI Market Activation Leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP.

“The addition of OpTeamizer’s business to Deloitte’s analytics practice serves as a natural next step in Deloitte’s ever-expanding Generative AI and data portfolio and solutions suite. Combining OpTeamizer’s deep experience with NVIDIA technology and Deloitte’s existing AI talent will help our clients access market-leading accelerated computing power and create deep learning models that can deliver new capabilities, value, and a competitive advantage,” said Deborshi Dutt, principal and AI leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP.

A member of the NVIDIA Partner Network, OpTeamizer brings extensive experience in NVIDIA training workshops, NVIDIA-accelerated high-performance computing (HPC) technology, the NVIDIA Jetson platform and development on NVIDIA CUDA to Deloitte. The OpTeamizer team of AI engineers and data scientists will join Deloitte to focus on expanding NVIDIA technology applications and areas of device-based AI and sensing for client applications across several industries, including life science and health care, security, aerial systems and autonomous vehicles. Building on Deloitte’s recent acquisitions of SFL Scientific, National TeleConsultants LLC, Giant Machines, HashedIn Technologies, Dextra Technologies, and Optimal Design, OpTeamizer enhances the entire AI stack for Deloitte clients, helping them to maximize the impact of their compute and infrastructure investments at scale.

“We are excited to join the world’s largest consulting organization, and together we will leverage OpTeamizer’s research and development capabilities to seize opportunities and enter new sectors. We are in a pivotal moment for AI and accelerated computing — a time when NVIDIA accelerated computing is an engine that drives a wide range of AI-based applications. Together, we will expand and deepen the value we provide to clients,” said Tomer Gal, founder, OpTeamizer.

Acquiring OpTeamizer’s business underscores Deloitte’s commitment to investing in the capabilities clients need to transform their businesses and builds on Deloitte and NVIDIA’s alliance relationship. The acquisition follows Deloitte’s recent expansion of its strategic alliance with NVIDIA to unlock the value of Generative AI across enterprise software platforms and the launch of Quartz Atlas AI, a life sciences and healthcare Generative AI solution built on NVIDIA technology. Deloitte is also working with NVIDIA to establish an Ambassador AI program to help clients advance their AI journeys using NVIDIA AI Foundation Models and the NVIDIA NeMo framework for building and customizing Generative AI models, which is part of NVIDIA AI Enterprise software.

Deloitte continues to scale its AI capabilities, alliances and offerings following the introduction of its Generative AI practice in 2023. With a full spectrum of tailored AI services and its deep industry and domain knowledge, Deloitte supports clients at every stage of their transformational journey, from developing AI strategies to building and implementing GenAI solutions that enhance productivity and deliver greater client impact. Deloitte is infusing Generative AI capabilities across its own enterprise rolling out purpose-specific Large Language Models (LLMs) and chatbots to support specialized teams across its business. These tools are applied with Deloitte’s Trustworthy AI™ framework to manage AI risks and improve user confidence and trust. Additionally, Deloitte is increasing AI fluency, training more than 120,000 professionals via the Deloitte AI Academy™ and investing more than $2 billion in global technology learning and development initiatives to boost skills in AI and other areas.

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