Vistronix closes second deal
- By Nick Wakeman
- Dec 06, 2013
Vistronix closed its second acquisition this week, adding Kimmich Software Systems Inc. to expand its work with the U.S. intelligence community.
The acquisition is the second in just two days for Vistronix, which on Wednesday acquired NetCentric Technology, a company with big data, cyber and cloud computing skills.
Terms of the acquisition of Kimmich, which goes by the initials KSSI, were not disclosed.
Vistronix said in a statement that the acquisition of KSSI brings offerings such as cyber operations, signals processing, data analytics, software development and systems engineering.
With this transaction now complete, we are strategically positioned to accelerate Vistronix’s vision to expand our capabilities in the intelligence community and to deliver mission-critical solutions that enable efficient mission operations and ensure the protection of intelligence assets and information,” said Deepak Hathiramani, CEO of Vistronix, in a statement.
KSSI brings with a prime contractor spot on the National Security Agency’s Set-Aside for Small Business contract, known as NSET II. The multiple-award contract is used business, engineering, IT, operations support, and training services, according to an NSA website.
KSSI was founded in 1994 by Jeanne Kimmich Roberts.
The investment bank Aronson Capital Partners served as an advisor to KSSI.
Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.