Israel’s SQLink Group has acquired fellow Israeli firm Zigit for NIS 8 million — about $2.4 million. Founded in 2010, ZIGIT specializes in the design, development and management of large applications for both the web and mobile devices. ZiGit’s 30 employees are now expected to move to SQLink Group’s offices in Ramat Gan.
SQLink Group already owns ten high-tech companies from around the world. Just recently SQLink bought the Israeli company Genius Data Science, which specializes in artificial intelligence and performance research, for NIS 7 million — about $2.1 million. Their other companies include SQLink, Tvuna, which provides a broad spectrum of advanced digital solutions in the fields of software development, setup of innovative digital arrays, website construction, mobile application development, user experience solutions (UI/ UX) and more.
There are also TESLink and SQLabs which they say is a study and practical experience gaining center for the development and high tech professions that is part of SQLink.
Founded in 1994 as a software house by Tamir Goren, who currently serves as Chairman of the Board, the Group expanded to provide end-to-end IT services under one roof. SQLink Group provides a broad spectrum of computer services for most of Israel’s leading companies and organizations. The company states that they have been ranked first as the “best place to work for” among IT companies according to the BDI and The Marker survey.
SQLink Group supplies many major of Israeli organizations including Bank Leumi, Discount Bank, Bank Hapoalim, Migdal, Phoenix, Amdocs, Microsoft, Comverse, Cisco, IDF, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Enviornmental Protection, Bezeq, IEC, Teva and Strauss. The Group’s experts provide the “most effective attention, availability and know-how in all IT areas.” The Group has extensive know-how and experience in managing complex projects backed by financial strength and broad professionalism. The company has over 2,500 computer experts.
Amit Meller, founder and CEO of ZIGIT told Calcalist, “The connection with SQLink will allow us to expand the range of solutions for the digital world, where ZIGIT specializes, thus, it will give our customers complete and comprehensive solutions that generate higher business value at lower costs.”