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Radiant Group makes deal to boost analytics

The Radiant Group has acquired data analytics and software development capabilities through the purchase of the Human Geo Group.

The transaction was announced today but closed on July 8. Terms were not disclosed.

Human Geo serves customers in the defense, intelligence and commercial markets. It was founded in 2011. The company’s CEO Al Di Leonardo and chief technology officer Abe Usher are joining Radiant’s management team.

“This acquisition will enhance the Radiant Group's technology offerings by adding HumanGeo’s state of the art technology in the area of mission focused data analytics, high-end technical services and unparalleled technical staff to strengthen our customer base offerings,” said Larry Hill, Radiant Group CEO.

Human Geo will continue to go to market under that name and the management team remains intact.

Radiant serves government and commercial clients with intelligence expertise, systems engineering and technology. The company helps customers collect, analyze and exploit information.

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