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Ciklum Expands Global Presence, Acquires London-based Infogen

With a global workforce of over 350 employees, Infogen has a large delivery footprint in India and specialises in edge tech like augmented and virtual reality, among other technologies.

Ciklum Expands Global Presence, Acquires London-based Infogen

Outlook Start-Up Desk

POSTED ON February 08, 2024 5:35 PM

Ciklum, a global experience engineering firm, has acquired a digital engineering services company, Infogen. With this deal, Ciklum, currently headquartered in London with a development center in Chennai, propels its drive into the North American market and expands its global delivery footprint to strengthen its position in engineering the leading digital products of tomorrow. 

London-based company blends next-generation product engineering, exceptional customer experiences, and cutting-edge artificial intelligence to build digital products for global enterprises and digital disruptors alike, it said in a press release. 

The business’ global team of over 4,000 highly skilled engineers, design specialists, product owners, and consultants are at the forefront of groundbreaking technologies that are helping reimagine and redefine the future of business and technology for more than 250 clients, globally. In India, the company has employees primarily in the roles of software engineering, quality assurance, and UX/UI.  

With a global workforce of over 350 employees, Infogen has a large delivery footprint in India and specialises in edge tech like augmented and virtual reality, among other technologies. Infogen’s experience and expertise, alongside a significant presence on the West Coast of the US, will propel Ciklum further to establish a more expansive global presence, the company said.    

“The combination of Ciklum and Infogen leverages the complementary capabilities and cultures of each company to drive even greater impact and results for our clients. By aligning with a like-minded company such as Infogen, we operate from a stronger collective operational footprint and with technological advancements across several lines of business,” said Raj Radhakrishnan, CEO of Ciklum. 

Francisco D’Souza, Chairman of Ciklum and co-founder and managing partner of Recognize, the majority shareholder in Ciklum, commented, “Ciklum works with some of the most exciting, innovative companies in the world and builds services uniquely designed for these businesses. Since our investment in 2020, we have seen meaningful growth in demand for Ciklum’s software solutions and there is significant opportunity to deliver yet more value to Ciklum’s global clients.” 

Infogen’s CEO, Dr. Sanjeev Kuwadekar, will continue at Ciklum and will drive the continued growth of Infogen’s core services, the company further said.

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