Deloitte Malta acquires Alert Group
Malta, 21 December 2015 — As part of its growth strategy for Consulting services, Deloitte Malta announces that an agreement has been reached for Alert Group to integrate into Deloitte Malta. The combined organisation will deliver an unparalleled portfolio of services that will drive growth in an age of digital transformation.
Alert was set up in 1998. Over the past 17 years, it has grown at a steady pace and has established itself as a leader in the field of Information and Communications Technology, attracting high-quality, committed professionals and investing in their training, development and growth. As a result of those efforts, it has become one of the leading providers of ICT services in Malta Alert’s clients include many significant Maltese companies and it is also involved on IT Projects overseas. Their core competencies range from e-business and e-Government to SAP implementation projects. Further details on the services provided by Alert can be found at www.alert.com.mt.
Malcolm Booker, CEO of Deloitte Malta commented "This is a great opportunity for our firm to expand the various service offerings we provide and to also be involved in many new and exciting projects both locally and internationally." Raphael Aloisio, who heads Deloitte Consulting services added "This is an excellent opportunity to introduce new technology capabilities to the firm, which, when combined with our existing industry insight and business acumen allows us to continue to help transform our clients’ businesses."
In January 2016, Claudine Cassar will join Deloitte Malta as a Director. Claudine, together with Damian Heath and Ludwig Micallef and around 38 colleagues will become part of Deloitte Malta. All Alert staff will join the existing Deloitte staff complement, bringing the total head count of Deloitte Malta up to 468. Alert Communications will continue to operate out of their premises in Qormi and will initially rebrand as ‘Alert Digital by Deloitte’. Alert Solutions will relocate to Deloitte Place at Mriehel and operate as part of Deloitte Solutions.
Claudine Cassar commented "We decided to join with Deloitte because the two organisations have strengths that are highly complementary and together we will be able to provide a new and broader set of services to our clients. Both Alert and Deloitte are extremely proud of the quality of their people, the quality of their work and the quality of their service."
Malcolm Booker concluded "This major milestone provides a tremendously exciting opportunity for our clients and our people. We look forward to bringing to the market a range of expertise and a quality of service unmatched by any other interdisciplinary professional services firm in Malta."