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Premier FinTech Firm CPQi Acquired by Exadel

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Exadel, a leading software consultancy firm with a global footprint, announced that it has acquired fintech company CPQi, whose offerings include transformational services for companies around the world.

I am delighted to welcome CPQi to the Exadel family. This new partnership brings an extensive range of FinTech capabilities as well as advanced technology expertise in the areas of robotics process automation, predictive technology, and cloud services that add significantly to our overall offering. And with offices in Brazil, Chile, Peru, Mexico, and Canada, CPQi fits perfectly with our greater expansion into Latin America and Canada. I am confident that the addition of CPQi capabilities and locations alongside Exadel's service and solution offerings will create significant value for clients in the marketplace and continue to drive growth."

Darren Oberst, CEO of Exadel

CPQi offers consulting and technical services as well as resources for top financial institutions in the Americas, with an emphasis on cutting-edge fields like blockchain development, omnichannel banking, and predictive artificial intelligence.

The geographical spread, culture, and scale of Exadel made them the perfect choice for our next stage of growth. Matching our expertise in the financial markets technology arena with the new markets and much larger talent base of Exadel makes this a winning combination."

Terry Boyland, Founder and CEO, CPQi

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