Novetta on Monday said it has acquired WaveStrike, expanding its capabilities in software engineering, data analytics and technology solutions for national security customers.
Terms of the deal, which closed on June 10, were not disclosed.
“Combining our complementary capabilities and talented teams means stronger support for our customers,” Tiffany Gates, president and CEO of Novetta, said in a statement. “The synergy between our programs positions us for larger-scale opportunities and reinforces us as a top destination for technical talent.”
WaveStrike, which is based in Maryland near the home of the National Security Agency, is now the Analytic Capabilities division of Novetta. WaveStrike’s senior managers will continue to lead the new division. The division provides technology solutions for agile software development, cloud storage and retrieval, big data analytics, web development, distributed computing, and devsecops.
Novetta, which is based in Northern Virginia, has capabilities in machine learning, data analytics, full-spectrum cyber, cloud engineering, open source analytics, and multi-intelligence infusion for defense, intelligence and federal law enforcement customers.
WaveStrike’s financial adviser on the deal was Baird.