German consultancy All for One enters Poland with SNP deal

04 January 2021 2 min. read

German consultancy All for One has entered the Polish market with the acquisition of the domestic arm of SNP Schneider-Neureither & Partner. 

The majority stake deal, which is planned to close in the first quarter of 2021, adds a team of more than 400 employees to All for One, lifting its headcount to over 2,200 staff across offices in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Turkey and now also Poland.

All for One consists of a group of labels that span the management and IT consulting landscape. AllFoye is its management consulting wing, Process Partners its operational excellence arm, while a dozen or so other subsidiaries focus on a range of technology consulting, development and managed services offerings.

German consultancy All for One enters Poland with SNP deal

The bolt-on of SNP Poland bolsters All for One’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) portfolio and in particular SAP – the firm has a deep track record in designing, implementing and running SAP solutions and apps. “SNP Poland adds not only manpower, but also years of experience in SAP, which we will increasingly need for our large SAP customer base in the years to come, but also when executing major international projects,” said Lars Landwehrkamp, CEO of All for One Group. 

Meanwhile, for SNP, the sale aligns with its strategy to focus on its core business, explained the company’s CEO Michael Eberhardt. “The sale is a further step in our evolution from a consultancy to a software house.”

As part of the acquisition, All for One and SNP Schneider-Neureither & Partner will intensify their existing collaboration in the SAP domain, focused on the larger midmarket in the German-speaking (DACH) region. The two German-origin companies kicked off their partnership during the Covid-19 lockdown with the launch of Conversion/4 – a new subscription model for migration to SAP S/4HANA. 

“The response to this new model is already huge. Within a very short space of time, we have established a great pipeline and have already entered into agreements with initial customers,” said Landwehrkamp.