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Vistronix Buys Geospatial Data Software Maker Technology Associates; Deepak Hathiramani Comments

Deepak Hathiramani
Deepak Hathiramani

Vistronix has acquired Stafford, Va.-based Technology Associates International Corp., a maker of geospatial and data visualization software for U.S. military and civilian agencies.

Vistronix did not disclose terms of the deal and said 450 Technology Associates employees will join Vistronix.

Deepak Hathiramani, chairman and CEO of Vistronix, said the company is aiming to become a mid-tier prime contractor in national security.

“Our vision is to provide national security systems, solutions and services that protect our country’s safety, security and economic well-being, ” he said.

Technology Associates’ customers include the Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Strategic Command.

The company also builds and operates command and control centers.

Vistronix, based in Reston, integrates enterprise applications such as geospatial decision support systems and performs systems engineering, information management and information technology services.

Investment firm Enlightenment Capital and SunTrust Bank’s technology and government division financed the deal.

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