"...In continuation to the aforesaid letter (dated July 14, 2020), this is to inform that the said acquisition
has been completed on August 14, 2020," Wipro
said in a BSE filing on Saturday.
In July, Wipro had said IVIA's local talent and long-standing relationships, combined with its own global expertise, will help expand its geographical footprint in Brazil.
IVIA was privately held and had around 722 employees (as of December 2019). It had reported a net revenue of $13.5 million for the year ended December 31, 2019, according to Wipro's July filing.
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