ByteCubed-Chief combo rebrands

Following their combination in September of last year, ByteCubed and Chief on Wednesday unveiled a new name for the combined entity they see as blending both data analysis and technical expertise.

Now known as “U.Group,” the company has nearly 280 employees in areas like data science and engineering, plus mixed reality along with the creative design services Chief brings to the merged business.

Chief concentrates on work involving the digital user experience, while ByteCubed specializes in areas like business intelligence and automation for federal agencies.

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