T-Rex Acquires Zot to Expand Presence in Intel Market
Information technology company T-Rex Solutions has acquired nearly all assets of Zot, an engineering services company specializing in serving the Intelligence Community.
"Zot brings decades of superior performance in the intelligence community and combined with T-Rex's state-of-the-art cybersecurity, cloud and data solutions, we will be able to continue to modernize the government's largest systems and protect its most valuable data," Moore said.
Zot is a 22-year-old company known for successfully executing dozens of prime contracts and subcontracts for services such as system architecture, software engineering, virtualization architecture, network design and data management.
With the acquisition, T-Rex said it expects to grow in the Intelligence Community market and ramp up its recruitment of cleared IT professionals.
Zot founder Michael McNeil said the two companies' shared mission and culture would help them provide better services.
"Our mutual commitment to achieving mission success while continuously developing new technologies will allow us to seamlessly integrate our workforces and contracts, and quickly build additional capabilities," McNeil said.
According to T-Rex, it sought to acquire a firm that was well-established in the national security and intelligence arenas.
The company highlighted Zot's previous partnership with VMware to virtualize major public IT resources through innovation and technical expertise.
T-Rex is a major provider of IT professional services to the federal government. It offers technical expertise in cloud adoption, cybersecurity, data engineering, systems integration and mission-critical services.
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