Insight Enterprises (NSIT) Announces Acquisition of Australia-Based Ignia

September 1, 2016 6:47 AM EDT

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Insight Enterprises, Inc. (Nasdaq: NSIT) announced the acquisition of Ignia, a business technology consulting and managed services provider headquartered in Perth, Australia, with an additional office in Melbourne.

Ignia specializes in digital transformation, delivering solutions for organizational agility, productivity and competitive performance. They provide an end-to-end service with capabilities spanning vertical industries, including resources, utilities, healthcare, education and government.

"As a technology solutions provider, Insight is focused on delivering world-class service capabilities that bring value to our clients," said Ken Lamneck, president and CEO, Insight Enterprises. "The addition of Ignia to our business expands our global footprint in the areas of application design, digital solutions, cloud, mobility and business analytics, while also building on our unique position to bring solutions powered by Intelligent Technology™ to our clients in the Asia Pacific region."

“Ignia is at the forefront of the digital revolution. We seek to challenge the status quo with innovative thinking, contemporary technologies and an obsessive customer focus,” said Phil Rickson, CEO, Ignia. “Joining Insight will accelerate our growth and allow us to take our services and solutions to the Asia Pacific and global markets.”

“Ignia's award-winning work drives enterprise agility and platform innovation, enabling clients to transform the way they gain competitive advantage and collaborate with their customers and partners in an increasingly digital world,” said Andrea Della Mattea, SVP and managing director, Insight Asia Pacific. “We are very excited to welcome Ignia into our organization.”

In October of 2015, Insight added BlueMetal, an interactive design and technology services firm based in Boston.

“With BlueMetal and now Ignia joining Insight, the investments we have made over the last year in application development and consulting capabilities enable us to offer more powerful and diverse solutions to our clients,” said Lamneck.

For more information on Insight, visit or call 1.800.INSIGHT.

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