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John Hassoun: Vistronix Buys ACG, Objective Solutions, ExaTech to Expand IC Tech Portfolio

John Hassoun
John Hassoun

Vistronix has acquired information technology firms Agency Consulting Group,  Objective Solutions Inc. and ExaTech Solutions in a push to grow Vistronix’s IT product and service offerings for the intelligence sector.

Maryland-based ACG develops enterprise systems in the cloud computing, analytics, infrastructure development and special mission areas, Vistronix said Thursday.

The McLean Group advised ACG for its deal with Vistronix.

“We remain focused on our customers’ missions and on strengthening our offerings to deliver even greater value to the national intelligence community, ” said John Hassoun, president and CEO of Vistronix.

Vistronix also seeks to help C4ISR and intelligence organizations manage their cloud, big data and cyber operations through its purchase of Objective Solutions.

That acquisition is also intended to expand Vistronix’s presence at Fort Meade, Maryland, as well as to provide customers with data analytics, communications protocol assessment, real-time messaging security, malware reverse engineering and software-based communication services.

ExaTech, an information technology contractor headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, provides software, systems and network engineering services to intelligence customers.

Vistronix cited big data systems architecture, system design, software design and development, network architecture and software and systems integration as potential areas of growth with its buy of ExaTech.

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