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M&A Heat Wave Rolls on as CRGT Acquires Johnston McLamb; CEO Tom Ferrando Comments

CRGT Inc has purchased Johnston McLamb, a technology management services firm focusing on visual business intelligence, data visualization and geospatial application development.

The move will allow CRGT to enhance its services portfolio.

“We’re tremendously excited to be enhancing CRGT’s large-scale government systems integration and operations capabilities with JM’s complementary expertise in application development services, along with strong data management services and mission intelligence solutions, ” said CRGT President and CEO Tom Ferrando. “This acquisition strategically positions CRGT in the market to better serve the full spectrum of services required by our government clients.”  Ferrando concluded, “Among the many synergies and benefits we see in this new combination is that both CRGT and JM have demonstrated success helping customers contain or reduce their technology costs and deliver maximum value for their investments.  That is an increasingly essential and sought after skill set in today’s economic climate.”

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