Florida company doubles down on gov't market
- By Nick Wakeman
- May 11, 2015
Xator, a Destin, Fla., company focused on the government market, has closed a pair of deals in the last 10 days to add capabilities focused on the national security market.
The acquisition of Vaxcom Services and Sage Management were announced earlier this month. Terms of the two acquisitions were not disclosed. The deals are the second and third the company has made in the last year. In 2014, it acquired CMX Technologies.
Vaxcom Services brings secure communications, network engineering, continuity of operations and threat management solutions. The company is focused on the intelligence and homeland security markets.
The acquisition allows Xator, which was founded in 2005, to broaden its offerings to its national security customers.
Sage Management brings command and control, cybersecurity, geospatial information systems and atmospheric dispersion modeling capabilities.
“Sage significantly expands our core capabilities by adding needed cybersecurity and chemical, biological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) offerings to our existing portfolio,” said David Scott, Xator CEO.
Xator’s capabilities are built around systems engineering and integration; IT, network and communications engineering and applications development; and intelligence and analytics. The company has customers with defense, intelligence and homeland security agencies.
Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.