Madison Heights’ Netlink Acquires India’s Enterprise Touch to Expand Software Interface Features

Netlink, a provider of information technology and business analytics solutions based in Madison Heights, has acquired Enterprise Touch, an enterprise mobility and digital transformation services provider in India. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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Netlink has acquired Enterprise Touch to develop its low-code practice and enterprise mobility. // Image courtesy of Enterprise Touch

Netlink, a provider of information technology and business analytics solutions based in Madison Heights, has acquired Enterprise Touch, an enterprise mobility and digital transformation services provider in India. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Netlink has a presence in North America and Europe and has focused on developing and maturing its low-code practice, or programming through a software interface instead of through coding, over the last eight years to serve the digital transformation market segment.

Enterprise Touch solidifies Netlink’s low-code practice by providing expertise in enterprise mobility, or the ability to work from anywhere through smart devices and applications, and digital transformation using low-code platforms. It has a presence in the Middle East, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region.

“Our successful digital transformation business has been rapidly expanding, and the acquisition of Enterprise Touch is a move to further accelerate our growth in this space,” says Anurag Shrivastava, CEO of Netlink. “Enterprise Touch has been a pioneer in providing low-code platform implementation services with specialization in the banking domain in the Middle East and Africa. With this acquisition, Netlink is well poised to become a global leader in providing low-code implementation services.”

Together the companies have more than 400 employees specializing in low-code development platforms.

“By joining hands with Netlink, we bring expertise and extended offering to our existing and potential customers,” says Narendhiran VijayaKumar, CEO of Enterprise Touch. “This acquisition will allow Enterprise Touch to expand in skills, geographies, and knowledge base with faster growth.”

Netlink was founded in 1999 and has 18 locations globally.

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