Estonian Nortal buys Questers. It is to be integrated into pwrteams
Tallinn-based international technology company Nortal has announced the acquisition of Questers, a decentralized software development company. The seller is UK-based TPXimpact. The amount of the deal is not disclosed, but it is known that after the closing, Nortal will merge Questers with its subsidiary pwrteams, which have R&D offices in Ukraine and Poland.
- Founded in 2007, Questers specializes in designing, building, and managing IT teams for clients in a variety of industries. The majority of Questers’ customers are located in the UK, as well as in the US, Germany, Belgium, Norway, and Switzerland.
- The Questers company is based in the UK with offices in Bulgaria, Serbia, and Romania.
- The deal’s goal is to strengthen Nortal’s position in the US and UK markets, as well as reinforce its current business of building international IT and engineering teams for clients around the world.
“The acquisition of Questers will strengthen our pwrteams business, which focuses on building specialized international teams for our clients,”Priit Alamäe, CEO and founder of Nortal, comments.
- Questers employs more than 300 people. All of them will join pwrteams’ 350 employees, who mainly work in Ukraine and Poland. There are also representatives in Serbia, Lithuania, Estonia, and Mexico.
- The outsourcing company pwrteams was created in 2022 after Nortal acquired the IT company Skelia with offices in Ukraine (Kyiv, Lviv) and Poland (Krakow). pwrteams works with clients in Europe and the US, including TUI and Thomas Cook Group. The company’s service centers are located in Ukraine, Poland, Serbia, Lithuania, Estonia, Mexico, and after the acquisition of Questers, now also in Bulgaria.
- Nortal became widely known thanks to the Estonian government’s digital transformation project (“e-Estonia”). The company recently announced the creation of a service center in Guadalajara, Mexico, to be closer to its customers in North America. In addition, with the appointment of Thomas Hedley as the CEO to expand the company’s global capabilities in the UK, Nortal has entered the UK market with both public and private sector offerings.