NetCentrics will maintain its current brand, employees and customer portfolio and operate as a subsidiary of Haystax.
“Since founding NetCentrics almost 20 years ago, we’ve worked to offer top-notch technical solutions to our clients and create a corporate culture that has strong core values and a commitment to employees,” shared Bob Dougherty, CEO, NetCentrics, in a press release. “We look forward to extending our culture to Haystax and building an environment where creative thinking, imaginative engineering and thoughtful leadership will take our combined organization to new levels.”
With a technology accelerator from Haystax, an OVO consulting group from NetCentrics and with more than $100 million in revenue, the two companies aim to leverage a multi-billion dollar market opportunity.
“We have very strong cultural alignment and focus on bringing leading edge technology to our customer’s most difficult missions by providing differentiated solutions with innovation and agility,” explained William B. Van Vleet III, CEO, Haystax, in a press release. “The NetCentrics team has proven expertise, strong leadership and complementary skills and capabilities. Their size, scale and infrastructure, along with a strong contract base, provide a formidable foundation for acceleration of growth in a number of critical areas.”
The companies believe, as a single entity they can enhance their provision of cybersecurity specializing in big data analytics, cloud computing, IT infrastructure modernization, real-time threat assessment and secure mobility solutions.
Together Haystax and NetCentrics have offices in Northern Virginia, Northern California, Raleigh, North Carolina, and Sierra Vista, Arizona.
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