Emtec, Inc., a systems integrator, announced that they acquired SARK Infotech, a software consulting company. This particular acquisition greatly enhances Emtec’s ability to deliver application development and integration projects. The Company will integrate SARK Infotech’s delivery capabilities into their operations. This will grow Emtec, Inc.’s footprint in Asia.

Dinesh Desai, Chairman, CEO, and President of Emtec said, “We are committed to growing our business organically and by acquiring companies that help us expand our service offerings and solutions for our clients. We are confident that through the acquisition of SARK, Emtec has taken another step forward in expanding our footprint worldwide and look forward to continued growth in our key focus areas of systems integration and application services.”

Founded in 1989, SARK is an international software outsourcing specialist. SARK is now focusing on developing web-based applications using primarily Open Source and Microsoft .NET platforms. They offer a broad spectrum of services. These include network and system management solutions, interactive transactional solutions, and software development, maintenance and migration. They are also capable of providing embedded software development for Network Processing Unit (NPU) based networking software, wireless applications for handhelds and PDAs, device drivers and other devices and components.

Mayank Shah, co-founding director, SARK, said, “We are looking forward to becoming part of the Emtec team and increasing the breadth of their offerings. As a company, we are focused on becoming recognized globally as a noted player in the Web and embedded technologies industry and our merger with Emtec will directly support that objective.”

Kiran Ambardekar, co-founding director, SARK, added, “We are excited about the opportunity for growth offered by being part of a team with Emtec’s extensive business development capabilities.”

Established in 1964, Emtec, Inc. provides Information Technology (IT) products and services as a systems integrator. The Company provides these to the federal, state, local, education and commercial markets. They help clients identify and prioritize areas for improvement and then implement process, technology and business application improvements. Consequently, these improvements help enterprises reduce cost, improve service and align the delivery of IT with the needs of their specific organization.