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RCG Global Services acquires Ti Technologies

Our Bureau Kochi | Updated on July 04, 2019 Published on July 04, 2019

The Infopark based Tech Innovations Technologies (Ti Technologies) has been acquired by the US head-quartered RCG Global Services - a provider of digital solutions across mobile, web, cloud and legacy platforms.

RCG is one of the top players in the US with clientele across Fortune 500 companies. Ti technologies set up in 2012 is an end-to-end services provider serving clients in the UK and the US.

Acquisition

With this acquisition, RCG Global will expand its footprints in India and strengthen delivery capabilities to help clients achieve measurable business outcomes in customer engagement, operation optimisation, and workforce enablement.

Rob Simplot, CEO & President of RCG Global Services said, “With this merger, RCG gains access to the human capital in India for software engineering which, together with our 22-year history of delivering offshore services from the Philippines, provide our clients additional options for world-class offshore service delivery. We would now be able to outsource more projects to Kochi and we also plan to increase the workforce here more than 5-fold employees in the next few years.” The company will now be called RCG – India. Deepu Zacharia, Founder & CEO of Ti Technologies said, “Our team of web and app developers has worked with over 300+ businesses including small, medium start-ups to corporates. Merging with RCG, a growing US-based company provides new opportunities to us and huge momentum in the digital transformation marketplace.”

“It is always a matter of great pride to see home-grown Kerala companies make their presence known among global IT companies worldwide through their sheer hard work, and satisfying service delivery. It speaks volumes on the quality of service given by our Indian companies in a competitive marketplace. This partnership is a great boost for other Kerala grown companies.” said Hrishikesh Nair, CEO, Kerala IT Parks.

Published on July 04, 2019
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