ASGN buys Reston’s IndraSoft
Software company will become part of ECS subsidiary
Henrico County-based Fortune 1000 professional services company ASGN Inc. has acquired Reston-based software company IndraSoft Inc., it announced Friday.
IndraSoft’s 220 consultants will join the Missions Solutions business unit at ECS, ASGN’s Fairfax-based federal contracting subsidiary. Acquired by ASGN in 2018, ECS’s delivers tech solutions in cloud, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning, application and IT modernization, science and engineering.
ASGN President and CEO Ted Hanson said in a statement, “We are thrilled to welcome the IndraSoft team to ASGN. … IndraSoft’s depth and breadth of technical capabilities, talent and solutions align perfectly with our Federal Government Segment and ECS’ digital modernization expertise.”
IndraSoft was founded in 2002 and provides IT services to Department of Defense and federal civilian agencies, including the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Census Bureau.
“The acquisition of IndraSoft deepens our footprint at key customers, including the U.S. Air Force, Army Intelligence, DISA, and other defense agencies,” said ECS President George Wilson.
“IndraSoft’s innovative culture and long track record of success make it a great fit with our own unwavering commitment to exceptional service delivery for our customers. We look forward to successfully pursuing new mission-impactful work together,” added John Heneghan, Chief Operating Officer of ECS.
“At IndraSoft, we are dedicated to enabling mission results through differentiated solutions and a culture of continuous improvement,” said Neeraja Lingam, CEO of IndraSoft. “We have successfully delivered value and transformative services for nearly two decades. Now, we are excited to join ECS and accelerate our combined growth trajectory by expanding upon the resources and capabilities we can deliver to our customers.”
“We have successfully delivered value and transformative services for nearly two decades,” IndraSoft CEO Neeraja Lingam said in a statement. “Now, we are excited to join ECS and accelerate our combined growth trajectory by expanding upon the resources and capabilities we can deliver to our customers.”