Zensar acquires Keystone Logic in all cash deal

Zensar acquires Keystone Logic in all cash deal

IT company Zensar Technologies on Thursday announced acquisition of Bengaluru-based Keystone Logic, which provides retail and supply chain automation technology, in an all-cash deal.

According to a joint statement, the companies said, “They have entered into a definitive agreement for Zensar to acquire the business of Keystone Logic Solutions.” Zensar did not disclose the financial details of the deal.

In addition, Zensar Technologies Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Zensar Technologies will acquire Keystone Logic Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary company in Atlanta, US of Keystone Logic Solutions. Keystone Logic is an omnichannel and digital supply chain company has an office in Atlanta, US. The company helps global retail brands with implementation of their order  and warehouse management.

“The acquisition has been done through internal accruals and it is cash deal. We expect to complete this deal in April. Keystone has been a market leader in its space. It has been serving 15 customers and all of them are in Fortune 500 companies. Except 1 customer, there is no duplication of clients between Zensar and Keystone,” Zensar CEO and MD, Sandeep Kishore said.

Under the terms of the agreements, Keystone Logic will be a wholly-owned subsidiary of Zensar Technologies Inc and the business of Keystone Logic Solutions will become a part of Zensar Technologies on completion of the transaction. “We are going to retail brand and employees of Keystone,” Kishore said.

He said that the previous 12 month revenue of Keystone was $12.7 million and gross margin has been to the same level as that of Zensar.

“With this acquisition, we now have complete suite of product offering that we can promise to our large customers. Zensar will continue to look and expand in global geographies where it operates. We will continue to evaluate acquisition in internet of things, security and other segments that help us add to our home grown capabilities,” Kishore said.