Noblis Buys Tech Consulting Company Inductive Minds’ Cloud and Analytics Capabilities

Amr ElSawy

Amr ElSawy, Noblis

Science, technology and strategy services company Noblis announced Sept. 8 it has acquired the cloud and analytics capabilities of Inductive Minds, enhancing its defense and national security expertise portfolio.

Sterling, Virginia-based Inductive Minds provides cloud hosting, systems engineering and analytic services to government clients. Noblis President and CEO Amr ElSawy said his company is excited to welcome Inductive Minds’ management and technology consultants.

“Inductive Minds will accelerate our ability to meet the growing demands of our national security clients,” ElSawy said.

And for Inductive Minds CEO Joe Mazza, the feeling is mutual.

“We are excited to join the Noblis team,” he said. “They share our dedication to solving government’s complex challenges with highly skilled technical expertise and advanced technology solutions. They are unique in the government sector due to their nonprofit status, robust research output and devotion to the professional development of their employees.”

Intelligence and law enforcement communities face unprecedented demands to find potential threats, evaluate risks and respond to events, and this acquisition can further those efforts, according to Rich Jacques, Noblis vice president of intelligence.

“We have deep technical expertise providing rapid innovation and applied solutions to address these threats and we look forward to combining the skills of Inductive Minds to further serve our clients critical missions,” he added.

John Walker, principal with Inductive Minds, added the company brings a deep understanding of the technical challenges faced by national security clients, especially in cloud hosting and analytics.

“We’re incredibly excited about joining Noblis,” he added. “Their capability depth and scale in the market opens up some amazing opportunities to tackle larger and more complex challenges.”

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