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Deltek Buys Centurion Research to Bolster BD, Analytics Offerings; Mike Corkery Comments

Mike CorkeryDeltek has acquired information services provider Centurion Research Solutions in an effort to help companies win more business opportunities from government customers.

Deltek intends for the acquisition to expand the company’s GovWin IQ database offering for handling government opportunity intelligence, proposals and contract life-cycle and capture management, Deltek said Wednesday.

According to a Washington Technology article, Deltek will add 59 employees as a result of the acquisition.

Mike Corkery, president and CEO of Deltek, said the Centurion buy is aimed to help government vendors grow and expand their business by finding opportunities, assembling teams, developing world-class proposals and tracking sales activity.

DeltekCenturion’s technologies will be integrated into Deltek’s GovWin IQ database in order to extend that company’s $2 trillion in current government contracting opportunities, according to Deltek.

Centurion is also expected to boost Deltek’s opportunity intelligence offering for architecture, engineering and construction customers, as well as help companies pursue opportunities using Centurion’s Opportunity Assessment NOW analytics tool.

“Together, we can build on our shared focus to deliver even more innovative solutions to companies looking to win more government business, ” said Gary Loyd, CEO of Centurion Research Solutions.

Recent Deltek acquisitions include project management software and services provider Acumen earlier this year and FedSources in 2011.

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