TEANECK, New Jersey
September 27, 2011
Ness Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: NSTC and TASE: NSTC)
, a global provider of IT services and solutions, announced today that the company's proposed merger with an affiliate of Citi Venture Capital International (CVCI), a global private equity investment fund, is now expected to close next month.
The parties are working towards completing the merger as soon as possible, subject to the satisfaction or waiver of all closing conditions. The company currently expects to complete the merger in October.
About Ness Technologies
Ness Technologies (NASDAQ: NSTC and TASE: NSTC) is a global provider of IT and business services and solutions with specialized expertise in software product engineering; and system integration, application development, consulting and software distribution. Ness delivers its portfolio of solutions and services using a global delivery model combining offshore, near-shore and local teams. With about 7,000 employees, Ness has operations in
, has customers in over 20 countries, and partners with numerous software and hardware vendors worldwide. For more information about Ness, visit
About Citi Venture Capital International
CVCI is a leader in global emerging markets private equity investing, and currently manages over
in equity investments and committed capital. CVCI has an internationally integrated investment team with over 45 professionals worldwide with a local presence in
. CVCI-advised funds have made significant investments in Business Services and Cross-Border Outsourcing companies and have an established track record of investments in this sector and a global perspective of the trends and drivers in the industry. Over the last decade, funds and entities advised by CVCI have invested in business services and IT Services companies in
, the U.S.,
, and Korea.
CVCI is part of Citi Capital Advisors. Citi Capital Advisors is a global alternative asset management platform that offers a broad range of innovative strategies and products to select institutional and ultra-high-net-worth investors.