General Atomics acquires data, software services company
- By Ross Wilkers
- Apr 05, 2021
General Atomics has acquired Commonwealth Computer Research Inc., a data analytics and software engineering services company.
“The inclusion of CCRi within the GA group will accelerate the delivery of actionable intelligence through the dynamic conversion of data to knowledge.” General Atomics CEO Neal Blue said in a release Friday.
Founded in 1989, CCRi touts its customized software development work as helping customers implement scalable big data solutions so they can create activity-based intelligence and achieve an information advantage.
The Charlottesville, Virginia-headquartered company has partnered with the United Nations since 2018 to deliver a new collaborative research platform for taking in, visualizing and analyzing daily records. The UN uses the platform to build national statistics and key economic indicators.
Investment bank Baird acted as exclusive financial adviser to CCRi.
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