Little Rock-based Acxiom Corporation announced today it has completed the process to acquire parts of a business based in Europe. As of tomorrow, Acxiom will own the Consodata companies based in England, France and Spain. Acxiom is buying the firms for $36.4 million from Seat PG based in Turin, Italy. Acxiom also plans to close a deal next month on a German operation formerly known as pan-adress. Acxiom chief executive Charles D Morgan says the acquisition will put the data management company in a better position to offer its data and services in Europe. Acxiom shares were up seven cents, or .35%, at $19.91 in early afternoon trading on the Nasdaq.