Today it has been announced that UK-based software development company, two10degrees has been acquired by Australian-based, Nova Group.
Nova Group acts as the parent company for international professional services provider, Nova Systems, global civil aerospace engineering firm, GVH Aerospace, integrated communications experts, Auspace, geospatial specialists, Geoplex and now, two10degrees. The Nova Group has a broad range of professional services to assist in defining, managing and delivering complex technology-enabling projects and solving challenging problems to deliver realised value to its clients. Recognised as one of Australia’s most innovative companies, The Nova Group’s experience and ability to leverage innovative ideas with their clients across sectors including Defence, Transportation, Emergency Services, Space, Telecommunications, Utilities, Energy and Resources, is what makes them unique in the global market.
Announcing the acquisition, Nova Group Global CEO Greg Hume said “We have known and worked with two10degrees for a number of years. The company is a great fit with the Nova Group, and we are excited by the new opportunities for our combined businesses globally.”
Two10degrees is a software power house based in the UK, with customers and partners across the planet. Two10degrees has built a reputation for being a business that operates on the bleeding edge of emerging technologies. The organisation employs a team of highly skilled people who are driven by exciting challenges and use innovative methods to deliver solutions. They are the power behind the Global Alerting Platform (GAP), a cloud-based software platform for building satellite and cellular messaging applications.
Ken Lawrence, two10degrees Director said, "The acquisition is a great opportunity for our team, our partners and our clients. We look forward to contributing to Nova’s ambitious strategy whilst continuing to support our existing partner and customer eco-system."
Richard Prodger, two10degrees Director said "Nova will provide immediate access to a broader range of skills and resources, helping us to strengthen our global aspirations. We are really looking forward to embarking on this journey with Nova."
Two10degrees will continue to trade through two10degrees Ltd and their Headquarters will remain at Broomvale Business Centre in Suffolk. The Global Alerting Platform (GAP) will remain a product of two10degrees and Richard Prodger and Ken Lawrence will remain as Directors.
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