Sotera Completes Acquisition of Cyber Intelligence Firm; John Hillen Comments

John Hillen, Sotera Defense Solutions

Sotera Defense Solutions has completed its acquisition of Software Process Technologies, Inc., a software engineering firm that supports cyber intelligence missions.

SPT employs around 140 professionals in the Ft. Meade, Md. area and expects to generate approximately $35 million in 2011 revenue.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Christine Dockstader, SPT’s founder, president and CEO, will continue to lead the Columbia, Md.-based company, which will now be known as Software Process Technologies, a Sotera Defense Solutions Company.

“This business combination underscores a key element of Sotera’s business strategy to become a leading mission partner supporting our customers’ critical needs in the cyber intelligence and cyber operations areas, ” said John Hillen, Sotera’s president and CEO. “Adding SPT to our team doubles our presence in the Ft. Meade area and we look forward to leveraging our expanded capabilities to provide even greater support to our existing and future customers.”

Previous acquisition coverage:

August 10: Sotera to Acquire Software Engineering, Cyber Intelligence Firm

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