Birmingham-based Airship sold to Unosquare, a global digital engineering company

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Airship Team in 2017 Bham Now story (Bham Now)

Unosquare, a global digital engineering company that provides full-cycle digital transformation services has acquired Birmingham-based Airship, a leading provider of custom software and mobile applications for organizations of all sizes. 

A Good Fit

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Both companies see the acquisition as a “good fit”. From the Business news release announcing the acquisition:

Airship’s focus on digital solution exploration and discovery grounds their work with a focus on their client’s goals, ensures a partnership is a good fit and leads to lasting value. This meshes with Unosquare’s track record of forming long-lasting client partnerships creating stable workstreams.

“We are extremely excited to be joining the Unosquare team,” says Trent Kocurek, Airship CEO. “Not only will we continue to deliver the value and experiences that our clients expect from us, we now have the opportunity to bring a myriad of additional offerings to the market that will increase our ability to serve and create transformational change.”

Founded a decade ago,  Airship has benefited a number of notable local businesses in Birmingham including:

Going Global

The Airship acquisition is the latest successful US-based transaction for Unosquare which has delivery centers in the U.S., Mexico, Colombia, Bolivia and the United Kingdom. Globally, Unosquare has over 1,000 delivery professionals and operations 

“The acquisition of Airship further cements our ability to provide high-quality onshore delivery,” said Giancarlo Di Vece, Unosquare CEO. “We will continue investing in our clients’ needs and partnering with them through all phases of their digital journeys. We are excited about the team at Airship, the capabilities they offer and how they complement our vision.”

All of Airship’s 45 employees have been retained in the merger, according to Alabama Inno

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