Connexis has entered into a strategic acquisition agreement with iLink Digital, a global technology consulting solution firm, in India. As part of this acquisition, Connexis will offer solutions and consulting services in the areas of Data Engineering, Data analytics and IoT solutions. Some of their key offerings include revenue analytics solutions, 3D digital twin, integrated healthcare analytics platforms, text analytics, operational intelligence, and conversational AI solutions.
This merger will allow Connexis to integrate their deep Data, IoT and Product engineering expertise to iLink’s portfolio of technology consulting which will enhance customer experience. These services will further enable iLink to drive experience-led transformation at scale for clients across multiple industries.
Talking about the partnership, Rohan Shinde, Founder of Connexis, said, “We are very excited to associate with iLink Digital ecosystem to expand our disruptive Data, Analytics and IoT solutions. This merger will be instrumental in developing and integrating innovative software solutions which cover all our client needs and beyond.
According to Sree Balaji, Group – CEO of ILink Digital, “Connexis has been at the forefront of delivering cutting-edge technology solutions in conversational AI, operational intelligence and enterprise data platforms. We are excited to announce this acquisition of Connexis as they bring rich and diverse experience in disrupting solutions in Data Analytics and IoT. Their strong engineering and technical support capabilities will continue to accelerate iLink’s ability to leverage data and automation technologies to drive digital transformation services.”
Connexis was founded in 2017 by Rohan Shinde, a graduate from National University of Singapore. The company offers digital solutions to its clients in domains such as Fintech, Pharmaceutical, Industrial, Healthcare, Retail and ISVs through its system integrator partnerships with major software OEMs like Amazon Web Services and PTC. At the time of acquisition, Connexis had close to 50 employees with skills ranging from data engineering, cloud native development, and data science.