Endava announced the acquisition of DEK Corporation, DEK Technologies Sweden and DEK Vietnam Company, a multinational firm that develops software and hardware solutions across a range of applications, including embedded systems, real-time solutions, telecoms and data communications.
DEK was founded in 1999, has 660 operational employees, and is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia with additional offices in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam and Stockholm, Sweden. DEK’s expertise spans several industry sectors with the most prominent being telecommunications. One of its longstanding clients is one of the world’s largest networking and telecommunication equipment and services companies. Other clients include Australia’s largest telecoms company and a publicly listed artificial intelligence technology company.
“DEK brings with it great talent, with particular expertise in the globally innovative domains of telecoms and embedded tech,” said John Cotterell Endava’s CEO.
Drini Mulla, CEO and co-founder of DEK, commented “Since our first contact with Endava, we have been impressed by their culture, quality and energy and we wanted to bring our businesses together.”
With this acquisition, Endava demonstrates its strategy of diversification through M&A activities, further enhancing its Australian operations. It has successfully completed a trifecta of acquisitions of Australian headquartered businesses within the last fiscal year alone. These include the acquisitions of Lexicon in October 2022 and Mudbath in May 2023.
These acquisitions not only further increase Endava’s reach in the Asia Pacific region, improving its offering to clients, people and local communities alike and adding a strong telecommunications capability, but also grows its presence and customer base in Sweden.
Furthermore, Endava believes that DEK’s delivery capacities in Vietnam can be the foundation for one of Endava’s major delivery locations in the future as Endava continues to grow. Endava is reimagining the relationship between people and technology.Click below to share this article