Dentons Kensington Swan acts in Red Moki sale to Ernst & Young

The acquisition will bring in 74 ServiceNow technology specialists to EY Oceania

Dentons Kensington Swan acts in Red Moki sale to Ernst & Young

Dentons Kensington Swan has advised Red Moki Limited, a ServiceNow technology specialist, on the sale of its business to Ernst & Young Limited to support the latter’s unprecedented growth in ServiceNow demand from clients.

Red Moki is recognised as a top-tier specialist in the ServiceNow technology platform with operations in Australia, New Zealand and India. The business acquisition will allow Ernest & Young Australia and New Zealand to unlock the full potential of ServiceNow to transform organisations across a range of industries and specialist workflows.

Corporate partner Nick Scott led the Dentons Kensington Swan team in advising Red Moki on the sale, with support from corporate senior associate Charles Thompson.

“We’re delighted to have acted for Red Moki on this critical transaction,” Scott said. “With Red Moki operating across three jurisdictions, Dentons global network was able to provide invaluable assistance. We would like to congratulate Greg, John Hanna and their team, along with the team at EY, on this milestone achievement.”

Ernst & Young is part of the global professional services giant EY. The acquisition will bring in 74 ServiceNow technology specialists to EY Oceania Technology Consulting.

“By joining forces with EY and accessing their global resources and skills, we can take the service we provide to our clients to the next level and deliver true digital transformation across both the business and technology domains,” Greg Woolley, founder and chief executive officer of Red Moki, said. “We appreciate all the support that Nick Scott and the Dentons team have provided to get this transaction over the line.”

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