Plano-Based ERP Logic Rebrands as Nobl Q, Acquires Jeevan Technologies

With the acquisition of Jeevan, SAP and cloud solutions provider Nobl Q says it's transforming into a "boutique global services firm with a strong emphasis on AI." Noble Q's new co-chairman is Jeevan Chairman and CEO Nepoleon Duraisamy—a former Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment of India who has been an actor in around 150 Indian movies.

ERP Logic, a Plano-based SAP and cloud solutions provider, has rebranded as Nobl Q and announced it has acquired Jeevan Industries, an IT services and consulting company based in Brentwood, Tennessee and Chennai, India.

The North Texas company said its new name Nobl Q signifies “noble and passionate employees dedicated to crafting exceptional customer experiences,” and called its two new announcements “significant milestones” in its journey toward growth and a positioning as a global leader in digital transformation services.

With the acquisition, Jeevan Technologies Chairman and CEO Nepoleon Duraisamy—a former Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment of India who has been an actor in around 150 Indian movies—becomes Nobl Q co-chairman. 

“This strategic initiative marks an important step in our ongoing transformational journey, enhancing our market presence and broadening the scope of our enterprise,” Nobl Q Chairman Caldwell Velnambi said in a statement. “As a company with a focus on selective and strategic acquisitions, we envisage pioneering ventures and collaborations in the future to extend our reach and visibility in the marketplace, providing a broader array of solutions to our global clientele.”

Financial details of the Jeevan acquisition were not released.

Prioritizing ’employee experience, technology, and innovation’

With the acquisition of Jeevan, Nobl Q said it will continue prioritizing “employee experience, technology, and innovation”—driving value creation for its customers.

Nobl Q, which was originally founded in 2009, offers a comprehensive suite of services, spanning end-to-end solutions in SAP, Salesforce, and ServiceNow, Microsoft, AI-driven digital offerings, and professional services along with other offerings.

The company said the Jeevan acquisition places it in a strong position to support its customers in their digital transformation journey.

Transforming into ‘a boutique global services firm’

“This strategic synergy enhances our ability to provide comprehensive solutions on a global scale,” Ramesh Menon, Global CEO and managing director of Nobl Q, said in a statement. “As Nobl Q, we’re evolving our identity beyond an SAP partner or IT solutions provider and are transforming into a boutique global services firm with a strong emphasis on AI and core technologies, encompassing SAP, Salesforce, and ServiceNow offerings.”

Jeevan’s Duraisamy said the deal will be beneficial to his company’s clients.

“We’re delighted to align our growth journey with Nobl Q and bring the best of technology and people to add incremental value for all stakeholders,” Duraisamy said. “Nobl Q’s capabilities and global presence adds significant capabilities, and it will enable more clients to leverage our collective solutions to accelerate their digital journey.”

With the acquisition, Nobl Q said it will deliver digital technology solutions and professional services to midsize enterprises globally. It has more than 800 associates and  says it will now operate seamlessly across North America, Europe, India, and the U.K., serving various industries.

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