Scottsdale’s Solugenix acquires SEI


Scottsdale-based Solugenix, a 50-year-old corporation specializing in IT implementation and support services, recently acquired SEI.

SEI provides support solutions for multi-location environments so the companies will combine business operations and integrate services, according to a press release on uniting its technology implementations and services to benefit enterprise clients.

The combined company, with a presence in 12 U.S. states, India and Latin America, will be privately held and operate under the Solugenix brand, the release noted. 

“Over the course of the last two decades SEI has perfected the use of US-based remote workforce to provide high-quality support for demanding business users,” said Shashi Jasthi, CEO of Solugenix, in a prepared statement.

“This forms a perfect complement to Solugenix’s focus on implementing and supporting complex technology solutions for high-value, high-risk business processes. The combined team will have the skills and the scale to take on bigger engagements in what we are already good at: Complex IT applications, artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotic process automation and data science.”

Christine Antonelli, who served as SEI president, will assume the role as vice president, customer experience and support services.

“We celebrate an important milestone today as we formally join the Solugenix family and begin to fully integrate our service offerings,” said Ms. Antonelli in a prepared statement.

“Combined under the Solugenix umbrella, we will draw on our decades of experience to push the boundaries of technology innovation and remain focused on delivering outstanding services.”

SEI  leads the industry with its "world-class support" that put the company at the forefront of its industry, the release said.

The company boasts top talent and support portals for clients to choose support vehicles and channels, allowing for customized prioritization as well as data and analysis to aid in forecasting.

In addition to innovative technology being a cornerstone of Solugenix’s success, the company is said to focus on its commitment to client success.

“This acquisition is a true benefit for our combined clients and partners as it expands our capabilities to solve their problems with an even greater efficiency,” Mr. Jasthi said.