Global solutions integrator AGC Black Box has announced that it has completed the acquisition of Mobiquest, a mobile application design, development and support provider based in Singapore. The acquisition is the latest milestone in AGC Black Box’s ongoing vision to build a global IT services brand that delivers integrated solutions to customers across six continents.
“AGC Black Box continues to make key acquisitions to advance our strategy and augment our portfolio in adjacent and relevant markets,” said Sanjeev Verma, president and CEO, AGC Black Box.
“In a perfect alignment with our core practice areas, Mobiquest provides end-to-end, secure and proven IoT and mobile solutions with a major focus on smart enterprises, smart city and smart nation initiatives. We are excited about how the Mobiquest solutions will expand our capabilities and make AGC Black Box even more relevant in today’s mobile-first, app-driven world.”
Mobiquest was founded with the mission to provide mobile and smart sensor solutions and services to governments and enterprises. The acquisition of Mobiquest brings valuable capabilities and services to AGC Black Box, including custom application development to enable clients to manage data integration with legacy systems; digitized and automated processes and workflows to monitor and manage key performance indicators (KPIs) to improve visibility and boost operational efficiency, and digital transformation services with end-to-end lifecycle management of software applications with application services through technologies such as RPA, blockchain, AI/Ml and IoT.
Mobiquest joins Fujisoft and Pyrios as the latest AGC Black Box acquisition of key technology and service providers in critical new geographies. With these acquisitions, AGC Black Box is accelerating its global solutions integration momentum in six core practice areas:
The Mobiquest team will be integrated into the AGC Black Box global solutions integration business.