A roundup of this week’s mergers and acquisitions in B2B…
Genpact, a global professional services firm focused on delivering digital transformation for clients, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Rage Frameworks, a leader in knowledge-based automation technology and services providing Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the Enterprise. Terms of the deal are not disclosed.
Prysm, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based, digital-canvas solutions, today announced it has completed the acquisition of Kaybus, Inc., a leader in secure, cloud-based Knowledge Automation software for enterprises, securing additional enterprise-grade enhancements for the Prysm Application Suite.
SwissComply, a leading provider of regulatory services for asset managers, is joining the fintech company Evolute to form Evolute Group AG. This merger of regulatory and fintech services creates a platform provider for asset managers that combines comprehensive regulatory services with digital technology.
The Shipyard, an independent marketing firm, announced the acquisition of TOMORRO\\\, an innovation consultancy, combining the companies’ strategic, creative and data-centric talents to address rising demand from businesses seeking to inoculate themselves against disruption.
The 2-20 Family of Companies, a leader in records storage and record management, announced the acquisition of IWC Media Services Inc., who specializes in the preservation, storage, and digitization of media assets for the entertainment and film industries.
PhotoFlight Aerial Media, a leading national commercial drone service provider offering state of the art FAA authorized UAV aerial media services, announced it has acquired 500 Feet Drones, LLC and Stribog Media LLC, operating as www.notadrone.com.
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