Dallas’ Improving Acquires Canadian Corporate Performance Management Firm Jump Analytics

Improving said the acquisition is expected to increase its annualized revenue exceeding $290 million and will further its geographic reach throughout North America.

Improving, a Dallas-based modern digital services company, has acquired Jump Analytics, a technology firm specializing in advanced analytics and corporate performance management, with offices throughout Canada.

Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed. Jump Analytics has an office presence in Toronto, Vancouver, and Calgary, Canada.

“This strategic move will greatly enhance our capabilities and enable us to provide even better service to our customers,” Improving CEO Curtis Hite said in a statement. “We’re excited to welcome the talented team from this company and look forward to working together to achieve our shared goals.”

Improving says deal will increase its $290M-plus revenue

Improving said the transaction is expected to increase its annualized revenue exceeding $290 million and will further its geographic reach throughout North America.

The firm said that via its “enterprise strategy,” which places a focus on merging tech service companies that share a commitment to building trust, delivering excellence, and cultivating culture, the Jump Analytics leadership team will stay intact and continue to operate and grow the business, while now having access to the full range of services provided by Improving’s collective offerings.

“Today marks a new chapter for our company,” Jump Analytics Partner Patrick Hickey said in a statement. “We’re excited to join forces with Improving and believe that this acquisition will provide significant opportunities for growth and innovation.”

Leveraging data analytics

Jump Analytics delivers solutions in more than 20 industries including utilities, mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, retail, and life sciences.

“We’re proud of the hard work and dedication of our team, and we’re confident that our shared vision and complementary strengths will enable us to deliver even greater value to our customers,” Jump Analytics Partner Justin McNeely said. “We look forward to the next phase of our journey together,”

Improving said that as the explosion of data use continues, data analytics is increasingly important, and with this acquisition, its clients will find the availability of powerful tools and technology easier than ever.

“This acquisition represents a tremendous opportunity for us to expand our reach and capabilities, and to take our business to the next level,” Jump Analytics Partner Michael Matrick said.

Improving is a partner of private equity firm Trinity Hunt Partners. It has an international presence with 16 offices across the U.S., Canada, and nearshore development offices in Mexico.

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