Vistronix Completes Acquisition of Technology Associates International Corporation

RESTON, Va., Jan. 7, 2013 – Vistronix, LLC, a leading mid-tier national security company, announced today it has completed the acquisition of Technology Associates International Corporation in Stafford, Va.

Technology Associates provides information technology support services to the Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Department of Health and Human Services and U.S. Strategic Command. The company develops highly specialized geospatial and data visualization software applications and systems, as well as builds and operates command and control centers.

For more than 20 years, Vistronix has delivered innovative, enterprise-wide solutions nationwide for the federal government and commercial customers. The Reston-based company specializes in enterprise application integration (geospatial decision support systems), systems engineering (IV&V), IT service management and information management solutions and services.

According to Deepak Hathiramani, chairman and CEO for Vistronix, Technology Associates has a well-established performance track record in programs of national significance. Additionally, Hathiramani believes that this company’s unique skills will help position Vistronix as a mid-tier prime contractor dedicated to solving the country’s security challenges.

"Our vision is to provide national security systems, solutions and services that protect our country’s safety, security and economic well-being," said Hathiramani. "Both companies are dedicated to ingenuity, innovation and integrity, and by leveraging our past successes, Vistronix will have a greater capability to provide security solutions across multiple domains in the federal government."

The acquisition will give Vistronix a total of 450 employees that will help serve its customers across the United States.

SunTrust Bank’s Technology & Government Division and Enlightenment Capital, an aerospace, defense & government focused investment firm, provided financing for the acquisition. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

About VistronixVistronix is a customer-focused professional services company with a 22-year history of successfully delivering innovative, enterprise technology solutions for some of the largest federal government agencies. Since its inception, Vistronix has garnered a reputation for performance excellence with a culture focused on integrity, professional development, and accountability. Vistronix is based in Reston, Virginia and has offices located throughout the United States. Please visit our website at .

About Technology AssociatesTechnology Associates is a technical, professional services company providing state-of-the-art solutions to federal, state and local government customers. Services include integrating custom-engineered solutions with technology, resulting in advanced IT systems; business and management consulting; and strategic and tactical program expertise for mission-critical initiatives.

About Enlightenment CapitalEnlightenment Capital, a Washington, DC area based private investment firm, provides senior debt, mezzanine debt, and minority equity to small and mid-sized companies in the Aerospace, Defense & Government (ADG) sector. The firm partners with management teams, equity sponsors, and those businesses that provide vital services, protect critical infrastructure, innovate aerospace solutions, safeguard national security, and endeavor to meet today’s challenges. More information is available at .


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