Improving acquires custom software development firm Object Partners
US technology consulting company Improving has acquired Minnesota-based custom software development firm Object Partners for an undisclosed price.
Apart from custom software development, Object Partners is focused on web and mobile app development, platform engineering, real-time data architecture, and modern APIs.
The company’s team will be working with Improving – Minneapolis to expand the technology service capabilities to better cater to the Twin Cities region.
Improving, on the other hand, is focused on Agile, Microsoft (.NET), and Java technologies. The technology consulting company is backed by private equity firm Trinity Hunt Partners.
Chris Spurgat – CEO and President of Object Partners said: “Object Partners is excited to join the Improving family.
“We look forward to bringing our custom enterprise software capabilities and modern IT platform expertise to a larger customer audience, while at the same time adding Improving’s broader service offerings allows us to better serve our current clients.
“Object Partners’ goal of becoming a trusted partner with all of our customers aligns perfectly with Improving’s mission.”
The deal is anticipated to boost the annualized revenue of Improving by over 25% this year, thereby leading to a collective annualized revenue of over $150 million. Besides, the acquisition will further grow its geographic presence within the US Midwest regions.
Curtis Hite – CEO of Improving said: “We are extremely excited to have found another company which shares such similar values and a noticeable commitment to delivering services with excellence.
“By combining the proven performance of local teams with a deliberate focus on establishing stakeholder trust, we strive to positively impact the IT profession. Object Partners’ strong culture and expertise in custom software solutions will accelerate our ability to accomplish these goals in the Midwest.
“Furthermore, their extensive experience within Healthcare will greatly strengthen our capabilities in this strategic vertical across North America.”